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#5 jan-mar 2018

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EXPLAINED in 112 pages of quality reporting by Capital

  • Government expenditures are set to reach record heights
  • Series of scandals reveal cracks in the ruling party
  • Legislation priorities for the first half of 2018
  • Russia's influence - what's it all about?
  • Tourism and construction drive Bulgaria's economics growth
  • The business deals of 2017
  • The oligarch's development bank

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#4 Oct-Dec 2017

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Borissov's new reincarnation
  • The paradox of Borissov's third government
  • Bulgaria is knocking on the Euro's door
  • 2016: A good year for Bulgaria's business
  • The big European expansion of Bulgarian insurers
  • CEZ's decision to pull out of Bulgaria - a negative assessment of Bulgaria’s investment climate
  • The new anti-corruption agency - will it tackle corruption in Bulgaria or it is yet another attempt to calm down EU's criticism
  • The biggest employers: Labor shortage weighs