Croatia had 4,210,700 inhabitants in 2015, 27,700 less than in 2014, the national statistical office said on Saturday, citing preliminary data.
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%.
Retail trade in November 2015 increased 3.2 percent on the year in real terms and 2% in nominal terms, the national statistical office said on Tuesday, confirming its estimate from the end of...
Since August, after the usual employment growth ahead of and during the tourism season, the number of persons employed has been decreasing.
More than two-thirds of budget funds for research and development, or 67.6%, were intended for the sector of higher education, followed by the state sector, with a 26.4% share.
After going down for six months in a row, mostly owing to seasonal hiring in the tourism sector, the unemployment rate has been growing on the month since September.
October was the second consecutive month in which unemployment had increased month on month.