For Poor Bulgarians, Anywhere Else is a Better Bet

The factories of Vratsa that once fed Bulgaria’s chemical and metallurgical industries and provided jobs are abandoned now. Crumbling buildings and pitted roads add to the city’s gloomy air.
For people like Alexander Angelov, 27, work is hard to find and his thoughts are turning to trying his luck abroad, as many Bulgarians have before him.
The northwestern city, in the poorest part of the European Union’s poorest country, is a …

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