Bulgaria, a former Communist country that joined the European Union on January 1, 2007, has experienced economic growth despite the Eurozone recession due to strong domestic demand. Trade is of utmost importance to Bulgaria's economy, which is primarily driven by the service and industry sectors. Furthermore, the Bulgarian government has announced a regional development plan between 2014 and 2020 which involves investment in public transport projects, and spending on social infrastructure such as schools and hospitals. Canadian exports have been growing in the market, with potential opportunities for trade and investment across a variety of sectors.
- Construction & Infrastructure
- Mining & Metals
- Oil and Gas
- Transportation Services