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International

  • Bulgaria in the Top 3 of EU Development in the IT Sector

    Commissioner Mariya Gabriel: Making the digital single market a precondition for bringing Europe back as a leader in the global digital sector

  • Citizenship for Money. The Bulgarian Passport is Among the 10 Most Expensive

    CS Global Partners' experts in the Second Citizenship Survey 2017 found that 89% of people around the world would like to have a second nationality. A little over 34% of them state that they are ready to invest funds to obtain such citizenship. Moreover, these people would sacrifice 5% of their annual income to get the right to live in another country. 

  • Eurobank Acquires Piraeus Subsidiary in Bulgaria

    An agreement for the transfer of Piraeus Bank’s subsidiary in Bulgaria (PBB) to Eurobank’s arm in the neighboring country, Eurobank Bulgaria (Postbank), was confirmed on Wednesday by both Greek banking groups.

  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise Sold its Assets and Contracts in Bulgaria

    Bulgaria's competition regulator said that it has granted approval to Selectium Bulgaria to acquire assets and operations from Hewlett-Packard Bulgaria (HP Bulgaria), reports SeeNews.
    The two companies operate on different segments of the market and the acquisition is not expected to affect competition, the Commission for Protection of Competition said in its decision published on Wednesday.

  • Bulgaria in the Top 3 of EU Development in the IT Sector

    Sofia is first in Europe in growth of office rents in the third quarter of the year. For this period, the increase is 7.1% compared to the previous one, with the average level now being 15 EUR per square meter. This is the data of Cushman & Wakefield consulting company, with Fortun being its strategic partner for Bulgaria.

  • The European Commission has Lowered its Forecast for the Economic Growth of Bulgaria

    The European Commission lowered its forecast for the growth of the Bulgarian economy this year from 3.8%, as expected in the spring, to 3.5%. The explanation is the delay in exports. The forecast of the International Monetary Fund in October is that the growth for the year is 3.6%, as is the expectation of the Bulgarian Ministry of Finance