In recent months, the media has been saying about growing cannabis for medical purposes on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria.
Prime Minister Boyko Borisov appeared as a strong optimist for Bulgaria's entry into ERM II.
"There will surely be an economic downturn, but how much depends on the combination of external and internal factors "
In Bulgaria, 51% of people feel they are citizens of the European Union.
A small Baltic town can help us understand a lot about the migration of the people of the region after the accession of the states there to the European Union (EU).
In the last three years, murders of women committed by spouses, partners and close relatives have increased by 50 percent.
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2019 will not be as good for global growth as the previous one.
One of the most important issues for any State is the development of transport infrastructure as a condition for the development of a modern market economy.
Bulgaria has a labor market reserve of at least 500,000 workers while employers insist on the import of third-country workers, the director of the Balkan Institute for Labor and Social Policy and former Social Minister Ivan Neykov commented on BTA.
With the attraction of a number of foreign investors and the opening of new productions, Plovdiv has become one of the most important economic centers in the country.
Hundreds of artists will go on a 30-meter stage for the opening show of Plovdiv - European Capital of Culture 2019.
''The profile of the perpetrator of the Charlie Ebdo bombing of 2015, the Paris bombing at the end of the same year and the attack in Nice are the same.
Modern Turkey loves big projects.
The question of Eastern Europe is not whether there will be a new economic "shock", but when will this happen? And like the movie Terminator, the countries either will be torn apart or will only be saved with traces of smoke.
It seems unwise to start a car-sharing service with electric cars in the country with the oldest diesel cars in the EU.
Recently, the Bulgarian Government appointed an interdepartmental commission to determine criteria in order to classify dams according to their degree of potential danger.
The fire at the Royal's Stables in Sofia seemed like a déjà vu after the fire that burned down the tobacco stores in Plovdiv.
Two Romanian former prosecutors, Monica Macovei and Laura Codruța Kövesi who have been in the spotlight for spearheading anti-corruption initiatives in Romania (a little too successfully, some say) seem to be heading for new adventures in a project set to
Bulgaria, the EU’s poorest state, is playing very slow catch-up with western Europe.
SIXENSE Group international infrastructure planning company comes to Bulgaria and is here to stay
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