The economic sentiment in Croatia in January 2017 stayed close to its highest level since the country joined the EU in mid-2013, on the back of improved expectations in the industrial sector that have offset subdued sentiments in other sectors of the economy, shows a report released by the European Commission on Monday.
Economic sentiment in Croatia in December 2016 was the highest since it joined the European Union in mid-2013, backed by markedly better services confidence, which was the main driver of improvement at EU level as well, according to the latest European Commission survey.
Economic sentiment in Croatia in September 2016 was the highest since the country joined the European Union in mid-2013 on the back of a sharp increase in consumer confidence, a survey conducted by the European Commission showed on Thursday.
Economic sentiment in Croatia in August 2016 reached the highest level this year, on the back of markedly improved confidence in the services sector, a European Commission monthly survey showed on Tuesday.
Economic sentiment in Croatia has significantly improved in June, for the first time in six months, while it remained broadly unchanged in the euro area and the EU, according to the "Business and Consumer Survey Results" monthly report which the European Commission released on Wednesday.
Economic sentiment in Croatia stabilised in March after decreasing in the first two months of 2016, while in the European Union it deteriorated markedly, according to a monthly European Commission survey, published on Wednesday.
Economic sentiment in Croatia decreased slightly in January, affected by deteriorated expectations, while at the European Union level it decreased markedly, a European Commission survey showed on Thursday.