Croatia's retail sales in May up 3.9% y-o-y

Retail sales in Croatia increased by 3.9% in real terms and by 1.3% in nominal terms in May 2016 compared with May 2015, the National Bureau of Statistics (DZS) said on Wednesday, confirming its initial estimate.

Retail sales were up for the 23rd consecutive month, since July 2014. By comparison, retail sales in April 2016 rose by 3.2% year on year.

According to working-day adjusted data, retail sales increased the most, by 7.5%, in the non-food retail sector, excluding motor fuels.

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