Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov
One of Bulgaria’s cornerstone coal mines has been forced to shut down, raising questions over the future of energy production and employment in the region, as well as coal’s future in the country, write Violeta Keremdchieva and Ellen Baker.
Doctors, lawyers, employers and banks do not need to ask for consent to the processing of personal data, the Commission for Protection of Personal Data specified in a special explanatory document for the new General Regulation on Personal Data Protection.
German support for Russia’s plans to double the capacity of the Nord Stream natural gas pipeline under the Baltic Sea has, in turn, encouraged Bulgaria’s aspirations to develop a regional gas hub with Russian help.
Author : Dmitriy Dobrov
Bulgaria blamed the imposition of new requirements by the European Union and the European Central Bank for holding up its euro-adoption bid.
Although the EU Data Protection Regulation is already in place the chaos around it is getting worse every day, the institutions are not yet ready to clarify who and what personal data they can collect and when they need to ask for permission.
BRUSSELS, May 15 (Reuters) - Bulgaria will need at least three more years to join the euro zone, the vice president of the European Commission said on Tuesday.
Inflation measured by the consumer price index accelerated to over 2% on average in Bulgaria in 2017 after it was negative in 2014-2016.
The eastern European nation of Bulgaria has provided the EU with some much-needed confidence, forging ahead with more integration despite rising anti-euro sentiment across the continent.
Folk wisdom has been remembered and applied for decades through hundreds of weird phrases.
" 'Ndràngheta has been active in Eastern Europe for 20 years.
When Mariya Gabriel became the EU’s digital czar last July, tech insiders gritted their teeth and hoped for the best.
At this year’s summit of G20, the newly elected French president Emanuel Macron stated that the problem with the slow economic development of Africa was civilizational.
"Better without Sofia" - under this title the German "Süddeutsche Zeitung" published an article on Bulgaria's ambitions to join the eurozone.
TEN years ago Kosovo declared independence from Serbia.
Part of society has seen a great deal of its fears in the Istanbul Convention but not without outside help, the vice-premier Tomislav Donchev told BNT.
Last year housing prices in major cities in Bulgaria rose by nearly 10% - at least according to official statistics.
While Turkey is unfolding its offensive in the area of Afrin, Kurdish representatives, both in Syria and abroad, are increasingly talking about betrayal.
Bulgaria is not ready yet: the Bavarian Interior Minister is against the rapid adoption of the country in Schengen.
Bulgaria is the EU Country with the Largest Number of Women in the IT Sector
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Sold its Assets and Contracts in Bulgaria