Bulgaria's Cabinet has adopted the 2013 Budget projecting a 0.2 pp GDP growth increase(!).
It was a slap for Bulgaria that none of its 52 universities made it into the 2012 Times’ Top 400 ranking.
Bulgarian disco and club owners have begun whimpering again that the government is sabotaging their business.
The few independent Bulgarian journalists are justified in being disappointed with the long-awaited meeting in Sofia with EU Digital Agenda Commissioner Neelie Kroes.
As Bulgaria's internationally- and energy-disoriented Borisov Cabinet pretended to be surprised by Atomstroyexport's EUR 1 B claim over Belene NPP's termination, Bulgarian ex-Tsar and ex-PM Simeon Saxe-Coburg has spoken from his oblivion.
A new Supreme Judicial Council is being finally elected in Bulgaria.
The relaunch of Parliament singalling Bulgaria's new political season, analysts are speculating about the future key topics of contention.
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