Friday 21 October 2016 13:13 CET
2015 general government deficit revised upward to 3.3% of GDP
Croatia's consolidated general government deficit in 2015 was HRK 11.03 billion, or 3.3% of GDP, the National Bureau of Statistics (DZS) said on Friday.
Monday 18 January 2016 10:18 CET
Croatia's budget deficit in January-November 2015 at HRK 5.7bn
In the first eleven months of 2015 Croatia's budget revenues reached HRK 98.5 billion and expenditures HRK 104.2 billion, the deficit amounting to HRK 5.7 billion, provisional data from the Ministry of Finance show.
Wednesday 30 December 2015 11:51 CET
FinMin says state purse in very good state
Lalovac said he hoped the new government would continue to reduce the income tax. This year the non-taxable part of income was increased, resulting in higher net salaries, consumption and GDP.
Thursday 10 December 2015 12:58 CET
Croatia's budget gap in first ten months HRK 6.3 billion
In October alone, budgetary revenues totalled 9 billion kuna, down 7.7% from October 2014, while expenditures stood at 9.5 billion, or 7.1% less on the month.
Thursday 05 November 2015 15:11 CET
Assistant minister: Deficit might be lower than projected
Assistant Finance Minister and Chief State Treasurer Miljenko Ficor said on Thursday that the budget deficit was as planned and that by the end of the year it could be lower than expected.
Wednesday 04 November 2015 17:47 CET
EC to publish autumn economic forecast Thursday
The European Commission will present its autumn economic forecast, including information on GDP, inflation, employment, budget deficit and public debt in the member states, ...
Wednesday 21 October 2015 21:57 CET
Croatia among 14 EU states with excessive budget deficit
Last year four EU member states recorded a surplus -- Denmark (+1.5%), Luxembourg (+1.4%), Estonia (+0.7%) and Germany (+0.3%).
Tuesday 20 October 2015 21:08 CET
DZS: Budget deficit in 2014 HRK 450 mln lower, gov't debt HRK 5 mln higher
The general government debt in 2014 amounted to HRK 279.57 billion or 85.1% of GDP, while initial estimates forecasted a debt of HRK 279.56 billion or 85% of GDP.