Does anybody see any difference in the messages different parties send to Bulgarian voters prior to the crucial general elections on May 12?
George Veltchev is a longstanding investor in Bulgaria, doctor of economics from the Vienna Economics University, and master of business administration from Harvard and Insead.
It defies belief that Poland and others are still keen on joining the economic doomsday machine of the single currency
By Atanas Bostandjiev, the UK and international CEO of VTB Capital
The first of July marked the anniversary of a momentous day in Bulgarian history. On that day, fifteen years ago, Bulgaria installed its currency board system (CBS), finally ending its hyperinflation, which had peaked with a monthly inflation rate of 242%
I wish that talented Bulgarians would stay in Bulgaria, enjoy their work, be happy, and that we all would be delighted about that.
For the past five years, we Bulgarians have been saying we are back to Europe. In that, we mean the European Union only, and nothing else.
Modern business is cross-border business so if you would like to spread a useful or a positive message, or to do something which is very useful or very creative, it would cross the borders in a couple of seconds.
A visit by a US Secretary of State – such as the visit of US State Secretary Hillary Clinton in Bulgaria on February 5 – is always good news for the host country.
The fear of isolation is the birthmark of Bulgaria's EU membership. The risk of being left out has always been a burden for the Bulgarian governments, and shapes our diplomacy.
Georgi Angelov, Senior Economist with the Open Society Institute – Sofia, argues that the Pact for the Euro is used for imposing policies that are harmful to the poor states and detrimental for achieving high economic growth.
The current Bulgarian government has been blessed by God: it is the first in the past 20 years that does not need to negotiate for EU membership but only to take advantage of it.
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