Fuel Prices in Bulgaria: Can They Drop Below 1 Lev?

In Bulgaria, there is anticipation over the direction of fuel prices in the coming weeks, with Dimitar Hadjidimitrov from the Association of Bulgarian Fuel Traders, Manufacturers, Importers, and Transporters providing insights. According to Hadjidimitrov, current fuel prices are expected to remain stable for the next 2-3 weeks, with slight fluctuations observed recently.

Can You Guess How Little a Week at Bulgaria's Beach Resorts Costs?

The summer tourist season has commenced, and hotels along Bulgaria's Northern Black Sea coast are already welcoming guests. A burning question on everyone's mind is how much a seaside holiday will cost this year. According to industry insiders, while prices have seen a moderate increase compared to last year, the quality-price ratio remains competitive with neighboring countries.

Fruit and Vegetable Prices Drop Across Bulgaria in Late May

At the end of May, the prices of most fruits and vegetables in Bulgaria saw a decline, according to the State Commission for Commodity Exchanges and Markets (SCCEM) in its weekly bulletin. The market price index (MPI), reflecting the movement of wholesale food prices, dropped by 1.21 percent to 2,114 points, down from 2,140 points the previous week.

Bulgaria's Debt Surge: BGN 700 Million Raised Locally Since January

Since the start of the year, Bulgaria has secured an additional BGN 700 million in debt from the domestic market, according to announcements from the Ministry of Finance and data published by the Bulgarian National Bank. Of this sum, BGN 300 million was raised through the issuance of government securities, achieving a weighted average return of 3.21 percent.

Price Discrepancies Found in Bulgarian Online Stores Reselling from Chinese Sites

Many Bulgarian consumers are raising concerns about the resale of goods from Chinese sites like Temu and Shein at higher prices in Bulgarian physical and electronic stores, according to Gabriela Rumenova from the online platform "We, the consumers." This comes in light of the European Consumer Organization (BEUC) filing a collective complaint to the European Commission against the Chinese platf