- Business statistics
- Demographic and social statistics
- Key Indicators
- Macroeconomic statistics
- Employment and Hours worked - by Regions
- Employment and Hours worked - total of the economy
- European Comparison Programme
- Financial national accounts
- Government Finance Statistics
- Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
- Gross National Income (GNI)
- Housing price statistics
- Inflation and Consumer Price Indices
- National accounts - quality reports for the ESA 2010 Data Transmission Programme
- Non-financial national accounts by institutional sectors
- Pension entitlements in social insurance
- Purchasing Power Parities
- Supply Use Tables
- Environment and Energy
- Regional statistics and indicators for monitoring
- Agriculture and Forestry
- Tax statistics
In the second quarter of 2022, the municipal authorities issued building permits for the construction of 2 249 residential buildings with 13 810 dwellings, 20 administrative buildings/offices and 1 164 other buildings. The construction of 1 388 residential buildings with 7 202 dwellings, 11 administrative buildings/offices and 604 other buildings was started.
The Total Producer Price Index in June 2022 increased by 3.4% compared to the previous month and by 41.4% compared to the same month of 2021. The Producer Price Index on the Domestic Market in June 2022 increased by 2.4% compared to the previous month; compared to the same month of 2021, the domestic prices increased by 49.3%.
In May 2022, compared to April 2022, an increase is reported for the production of solid fuels - by 7.8%, liquefied petroleum gases - by 28.6%, unleaded motor gasoline - by 15.9% and transport diesel - by 25.3%. A decrease is reported for the production of electricity - by 12.0%. No change for the production of natural gas.
In May 2022, compared to April 2022, an increase is reported for the deliveries of solid fuels - by 7.8%, unleaded motor gasoline - by 41.9% and transport diesel - by 4.2%. A decrease is reported for the deliveries of natural gas - by 1.0% and electricity - by 6.7%. No change for the deliveries of liquefied petroleum gases.
Similar to statistics of human population, business demography describes the life cycle of the enterprises - their birth, survival and development until death. More specifically business demography supplies data on number of active enterprises, number of newborn enterprises, proportion of survived enterprises, number of dead enterprises and data on changes in employment figures at specific moment in time.
In July 2022, the total business climate indicator remains approximately to its level from the previous month. An increase of the indicator is observed in industry and retail trade, in service sector preserves its level from June, and in construction a reduction is registered.
In June 2022, the number of the trips of Bulgarian residents abroad was 680.6 thousand or by 48.4% above the registered in June 2021.
In June 2022, the number of arrivals of visitors from abroad to Bulgaria was 1 131.9 thousand or by 52.4% more in comparison with June 2021. An increase in the trips with all observed purposes was registered. Transit passes through the country were 34.9% (394.6 thousand) of all visits of foreigners to Bulgaria.
The number of deaths in the second quarter of 2022 (14th - 26th week) is 24 910 and the crude mortality rate is 14.6‰. Mortality among males (15.8‰) is higher than among females (13.6‰). Compared to the same period of the previous year, the number of deaths has decreased by 9 702, or 28.0%.