In the third quarter of 2016, the surplus on the balance of payments current account was EUR 3.345 billion, according to the central bank's preliminary data, and since figures for Q4 will likely...
The surplus in Croatia's current account in 2015 was EUR 2.3 billion, the highest in the country's history, mainly thanks to a good tourism income, according to central bank preliminary data.
In Q3 2015, the current account surplus rose to 4.7% of GDP from 0.8% in Q4 2014. Central bank analysts estimate that the current account surplus for 2015 could be 4.8% of GDP.
"In contrast, the highest inflows were recorded in Portugal (EUR4.8 bn), ahead of Poland (EUR2.8 bn), the United Kingdom (EUR2.4 bn), Italy (EUR2.1 bn) and Romania (EUR2.0 bn).