This year's dramatic economic crisis in Bulgaria - just two years after a similar but less severe crash in parallel circumstances - has forced the government to push ahead at last with long-delayed reforms. But if the Socialist government doesn't follow through with the harsh measures it has promised, the country's heavy debt burden could […]

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