International Monetary Fund

In 2022: The Bulgarian Economy Grew Less than Expected according to Preliminary Data

The economy of Bulgaria has grown by 3.4% in 2022. This is shown by the preliminary data of the National Statistical Institute (NSI). The expectations of the European Commission and the IMF were for a growth of 3.9%, but the statistics are subject to correction over time.

Serbian President was told: If you accept, you'll join EU till 2030, if you don't...?

Demostat states, referring to its diplomatic sources, that the perspective of Serbia's membership in the EU, investments in the energy sector, meaning being independent from Russia in that area, the arrival of US and European companies, are part of what Serbia could expect if it agrees to the Western proposal.