Wednesday, 19 May 2021


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  • Croatian Greats: AR App Making Croatian Currency Come to Life

    01:00 | 9/3/18
    Croatia Week (blog)
    A new Augmented Reality application which makes Croatia's national currency, the kuna, come to life, making the money talk, walk and even quack has now available to download. more»
  • Croatia's Public Debt Surpasses 300 Billion Kuna

    23:52 | 2/3/18
    Total Croatia News
    ZAGREB, March 2, 2018 - Croatia's public debt in November 2017 went up 3.7% on the year to 300.2 billion kuna, which was its highest nominal level to date, but the Croatian Chamber of Commerce (HGK) analysts say the public debt trends remain favourable ... more»
  • Non-performing loans in Croatia fall to 11.4 percent at year-end

    22:56 | 1/3/18
    Around 90 percent of Croatia's banks are owned by parents from other European Union countries, notably Italy, Austria and Hungary. more»
  • Uber service still illegal in Croatia: court

    01:56 | 27/2/18
    ZAGREB, Feb. 26 (Xinhua) -- The High Misdemeanor Court of Croatia has ruled that Uber is operating illegally in the country, daily newspaper Vecernji list reported on Monday. more»
  • Got a Loan? Croatian Kuna Strongest in Six Years

    00:03 | 24/2/18
    Total Croatia News
    As Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 23rd of February, 2018, Croatia's national currency has strengthened considerably against the euro, the kuna's daily liquidity surplus is approaching the level of 28 billion kuna, maintaining interest rates at ... more»
  • Croatian Government to Collect, Analyse Data on Air Passengers

    02:36 | 16/2/18
    Total Croatia News
    The cost of implementing the activities related to the bill will be covered with budget funds in the amount of slightly more than 21 million kuna as well as EU funds, said BoĹžinovic. Airlines may be fined up to kuna 750,000 should they fail to submit a ... more»
  • Croatia pension funds seek higher contributions, deeper market

    00:48 | 14/2/18
    More than 40 percent of govenrment spending on pensions - around 36 billion kuna a year - currently has to come from tax revenues as contributions from the pay-as-you-go system are not enough - particularly given low employment levels and the large ... more»
  • Croatian telco HT lifts own shareholding to 0.35%

    23:52 | 12/2/18
    ZAGREB (Croatia), February 12 (SeeNews) - Croatia's biggest telecommunications operator, Hrvatski Telekom [ZSE:HT-R-A], said on Monday it holds 283,797 of its own shares, representing 0.346565% of the issued share capital, following the launch of a ... more»
  • 14th ZagrebDox Programme Presented

    04:45 | 10/2/18
    Croatia Week (blog)
    Ticket prices for festival screenings are 25 kuna for day screenings and 28 kuna for evening screenings. Teen Dox ticket price is 20 kuna. On the last day of the festival, traditionally, The Best of Fest - on Sunday, 4 March, at a price of 45 kuna ... more»
  • UPDATE 1 - Croatian equities fall, shadowing global markets' drop - analyst

    01:22 | 7/2/18
    Peer Ingra [ZSE:INGR] followed with a loss of 7.83%, after leading the blue-chip gainers on Monday. By 12:20 Institut IGH was overtaken as the biggest blue-chip loser by shipping company Atlantska Plovidba [ZSE:ATPL] with a decline in stock price of 10 ... more»
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