GERB rulers fail to tackle economy, outlooks for 2013 are even bleaker
2011 was awful but 2012 will be worse, Bulgarians think
Getting independent legal advice is essential to avoid disappointment
The government is saying that the economic crisis has ended. But a picture is worth more than a thousand words
Buying property in Bulgaria can be a good investment even in a crisis, if you concentrate on the right areas
The Bulgarians are optimistic about their economic future - for political reasons
Reduce expenditure, invest in people and adopt a careful fiscal policy, says the New Reform Agenda of the New EU Member States International Conference in Sofia
With the economic crisis raging, Britons wishing to sell their Bulgarian properties outnumber those wishing to buy
Bulgaria missed a golden opportunity to join the common EU currency, but at the height of the economic crisis needs to get in the fast lane to the euro
Every second person in Bulgaria is affected by the crisis, while 28 percent of people with bank loans find it difficult to keep up payments
Southeastern Europe after European parliamentary elections: not so green, not so radical, not so red but as problematic as ever
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CONVIVIALITÉ AS A BUSINESS AND RAISON D'…

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