Tsvetan Vasilev, the main shareholder of Bulgaria’s closed Corporate Commercial Bank, has published the following comments [BG] on his personal website after an ad hoc parliamentary committee released last week its conclusions about the collapse of the le
Former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has given his first interview since he resumed office.
Nobel Prize winner in the field of Economics Paul Krugman has made his opinion regarding the new Greek bailout plan public.
Bulgaria’s Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov will discuss the latest developments in the country’s partnership with the United States during a working visit to Washington, D.C. this week.
Rumen Draganov, Director at the Bulgarian Institute for Analysis and Assessment in Tourism, has argued that the referendum in Greece will have a substantial impact on the tourist season.
In Bulgarian we say that after a cart tumbles off track, we can think of many possible routes we could have considered to prevent this from happening.
‘’Bulgaria should not enter the Eurozone,’’ said Professor Steve Hanke regarding the current situation on the Balkans in an interview for the Bulgarian National Radio (BNR).
Novinite is publishing brief sketches on Hurghada, Soma Bay and El Gouna - three places a group of journalists, including two members of Novinite team, visited at the invitation of Egypt's Ministry of Tourism in mid-June.
Bulgaria remains committed to the European integration of Moldova, Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov said at a meeting with outgoing Moldovan Ambassador in Sofia Alexandru Prigorski on Thursday.
"With the failure of the Greek government to make a scheduled payment to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), we have moved from high drama to low farce.
Novinite has interviewed H.E. Mari?n Jakub?cy, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Slovak Republic to the Republic of Bulgaria since 2013.
So blissful was Ulysses when he embraced his wife Penelope after an epic, ages-long journey, that the couple would have remained clung to each other until the morning......
Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister Ivaylo Kalfin warned on Thursday that in its current format the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) would bring more harms than benefits to the country.
“How was Egypt? Did you see the Pyramids?” This is the first question any visitor to the Northern African country would normally hear upon arrival at the airport of their respective hometown.
Russia is undergoing a "full-blown crisis" and is witnessing plummeting living standards, former Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin told delegates at the Saint Petersburg Economic Forum which kicked off Thursday.
If Greece is hit by a crisis now, the European citizens will pay much more than if no reforms are reached, a Bulgarian economist believes.
The International Monetary Fund's "imprudent over-commitment of funds" leaves the institution "no choice but to pull the plug" on Athens, a renowned economist has said.
Looking at developments in Roma neighborhoods over the past two months, one might assume this is owed to a rising "Balkan" nationalism - just like anywhere else in Southeast Europe.
With a great renewable energy potential and a booming IT sector Southeast Europe can position itself as a champion of clean energy and new technology, former Bulgarian Environment Minister Julian Popov has opined.
Venezuela is "dangerously close" to hyperinflation with its inflation rate currently at 45% per month, Prof.
We met Yoav Chudnoff, who has been actively contributing to Sofia News Agency in the past few months, to ask him about his life in Bulgaria.
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