Капитал - KQuarterly http://www.capital.bg/rss/?rubrid=4078 bg http://www.capital.bg/i/6/capital-rss.gif http://www.capital.bg/i/capital_logo.png Capital.bg http://www.capital.bg 144 26 CRSS generator online@capital.bg How did Delyan Peevski kill Bulgartabac for only six years? https://www.capital.bg/politika_i_ikonomika/kquarterly/2018/01/15/3112713_how_did_delyan_peevski_kill_bulgartabac_for_only_six/?ref=rss <img src="http://www.capital.bg/shimg/zx350_3112707.jpg" alt="" /><br />- Six years after its privatization, the brands are already sold, the Sofia plant is not operational, the one in Pleven has almost no employees, and 60% of the employees in Blagoevgrad have quit.<br />- Even though, the closing of the factories is clear breach of the privatization contract, the government will most probably turn a blind eye to its favorite oligarch <br /><br />Businesses that are based on human vice, hardly ever die. In gambling it is mathematically clear that the bank always... 3112713 Dessislava Nikolova https://www.capital.bg/politika_i_ikonomika/kquarterly/2018/01/15/3112713_how_did_delyan_peevski_kill_bulgartabac_for_only_six/?ref=rss#comments Mon, 15 Jan 2018 07:54:00 +0200 The killer start of the Bulgaria's Council of the EU presidency https://www.capital.bg/politika_i_ikonomika/kquarterly/2018/01/15/3112657_the_killer_start_of_the_bulgarias_council_of_the_eu/?ref=rss <img src="http://www.capital.bg/shimg/zx350_3110745.jpg" alt="" /><br />This certainly is not the start of the Bulgaria's Council of the EU presidency that the government was hoping for. First - a mass shooting and murder of six people celebrating New Year's eve, then the murder of a businessman close to the power circles, and just before that shooting at a tax inspector dealing with control over excise taxes. All this is happening in the context of publications in the Western press trashing Bulgaria over corruption and poverty. However, all conspiracy theories... 3112657 Dimitar Peev https://www.capital.bg/politika_i_ikonomika/kquarterly/2018/01/15/3112657_the_killer_start_of_the_bulgarias_council_of_the_eu/?ref=rss#comments Mon, 15 Jan 2018 07:54:00 +0200 What does Bansko ski concession mean and why does it spark protest? https://www.capital.bg/politika_i_ikonomika/kquarterly/2018/01/07/3108646_what_does_bansko_ski_concession_mean_and_why_does_it/?ref=rss <img src="http://www.capital.bg/shimg/zx350_3108662.jpg" alt="" /><br />At its last meeting for 2017 on December 28, the government adopted the amendments proposed by the Minister of Ecology Nino Dimov to the current Pirin National Park Management Plan that will allow extension of Bansko ski area concession. As expected, nature conservation organizations and citizens reacted and begun protests against the decision, which are expected to continue this year as well. The same intention, but in support of the extension of Bansko ski area, was indicated by the residents... 3108646 Georgi Filipov https://www.capital.bg/politika_i_ikonomika/kquarterly/2018/01/07/3108646_what_does_bansko_ski_concession_mean_and_why_does_it/?ref=rss#comments Sun, 07 Jan 2018 08:30:00 +0200 Retailers beat: still growing https://www.capital.bg/politika_i_ikonomika/kquarterly/2018/01/07/3108677_retailers_beat_still_growing/?ref=rss <img src="http://www.capital.bg/shimg/zx350_3108684.jpg" alt="" /><br />The turnover of the Bulgaria's top 100 largest retailers for 2016 is a little over 9 billion levs, indicating a growth of 10% compared to 2015. The 2017 results will become clear later on this year, but judging by the responses of the managers of some of the largest fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) retail chains, they will be up once again.<br /><br />There were several major trends in the sector in 2017. The most striking one is the growing number of outlets. Retailer chains now work more... 3108677 Mara Georgieva https://www.capital.bg/politika_i_ikonomika/kquarterly/2018/01/07/3108677_retailers_beat_still_growing/?ref=rss#comments Sun, 07 Jan 2018 08:01:00 +0200 What Bulgaria wants from its presidency of the Council of the EU https://www.capital.bg/politika_i_ikonomika/kquarterly/2018/01/05/3107643_what_bulgaria_wants_from_its_presidency_of_the_council/?ref=rss <img src="http://www.capital.bg/shimg/zx350_2636717.jpg" alt="" /><br />In comparison to its predecessor, Estonia, Bulgaria will assume the Presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU) on January 1, 2018 with less lofty ambitions.<br /><br />In June the Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid declared that her country’s goal in its turn at the presidency was to see that "the European winter of discontent starts to give way to a new spring." Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov has been far less poetic on the subject. Following a meeting with the members of... 3107643 By Ilin Stanev https://www.capital.bg/politika_i_ikonomika/kquarterly/2018/01/05/3107643_what_bulgaria_wants_from_its_presidency_of_the_council/?ref=rss#comments Fri, 05 Jan 2018 14:29:00 +0200