The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita in Croatia in 2013 was HRK 77,465, and broken down by region, the highest GDP per capita was in Zagreb, HRK 137,321, while the lowest of HRK 44,366 was in Slavonski Brod-Posavina County, eastern Croatia, according to figures provided by the national statistical office (DZS).
Expressed in the euro, Croatia's GDP was EUR 10,228 in 2013.
Expressed in the kuna, the country's GDP per capita rose in 2013 from 2012 by a slight 0.07%, and expressed in the euro it declined by 0.67%.
According to final figures released in mid-2015, Croatia's GDP in 2013 went down by 1.1% from 2012 in the real terms, and came to 329.57 billion kuna or to 43.5 billion euros.
The figures were presented in the ESA 2010 methodology.
The interior of Croatia, that is the city of Zagreb and 13 inland counties had a share of nearly 70% in GDP, while the seven Adriatic coastal counties accounted for slightly over 30% of the country's GDP in 2013.