Political struggles over control of the privatization process have held back free-market reform in Bulgaria. Yet a small number of large business conglomerates are taking the lead role in the economy, and though colluding in some ways, they are also competingi> by KJELL ENGELBREKT DESPITE A CONSENSUS AMONG POLITICAL parties and in public opinion that […]

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