Croatian economy

EUR 506m from EU funds drawn in the first six months of this year

In the first six months of this year, Croatia drew EUR 506 million from European Union funds, as against the EUR 545 million drawn over 2015, caretaker Regional Development and EU Funds Minister Tomislav Tolusic said in Cakovec on Wednesday.

Brexit not expected to have major impact on Croatian economy

Brexit will have political and economic consequences, but the British economy will not collapse or suffer a steep decline, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce (HGK) said.

Croatian GDP has grown over 2 pct again?

Thanks to stronger consumption, exports and investments, economists estimate that Croatia's economy increased more than two percent in the last quarter of 2015, but at a slower rate than in the third quarter.

Expectations for Croatian economy markedly improve in December

The CEE countries surveyed included Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Turkey. Apart from Croatia, only the ESI for Romania rose, by 4.2 points.

Croats set to spend EUR 1.5 bn during December - HGK

She called on Croatians to give a priority to domestic products and commodities explaining that only a five-percent increase in the purchase of Croatian products would have a positive effect on the national economy.

Expectations for Croatian economy improve in November for first time in five months

The positive value of the indicator shows that optimistic expectations continue to prevail.