SOFIA, July 24 (Reuters) - These are some of the main stories in Bulgarian newspapers on Wednesday. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
— Deputy chief prosecutor Ivan Geshev said prosecutors believe that the 20-year-old cybersecurity worker, charged with hacking Bulgaria’s tax agency, has not acted alone but evidence collected so far did not point to foreign involvement in the country’s biggest data breach. (Sega, 24 Chasa, Trud)
— Bulgaria is still working to attract German carmaker Volkswagen to choose the Balkan country for a new multi brand car plant, Economy Minister Emil Karanikolov said. German media has reported that Volkswagen plans to build the plant in Turkey. (24 Chasa, Monitor, Trud)
MONITOR - The pork prices have jumped 35 percent in the recent days following the fast spread of African swine fever in northern Bulgaria.