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Economy minister says government’s goal is permanent 5% economic growth

By   /  13/02/2017  /  Business, Croatia, Finance, HR Business, HR Finance  /  No Comments

  The government’s goal is to achieve a permanent economic growth rate of 5%, Economy, Entrepreneurship and Crafts Minister Martina Dalic said on Monday at a business lunch organised by the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham). Speaking of the government’s measures aimed at improving the business climate, she mentioned the tax reform, the new public […]

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Croatia’s gross foreign debt cut by 9.4% to 42.4 bln euro

By   /  03/01/2017  /  Croatia, Finance, HR Finance  /  Comments Off on Croatia’s gross foreign debt cut by 9.4% to 42.4 bln euro

The latest Croatian National Bank (HNB) data show that the gross foreign debt at the end of September 2016 amounted to 42.4 billion euro which was 4.4 billion euro less or a drop of 9.4% on the year, with the Croatian Chamber of Commerce (HGK) expecting that trend to continue. Compared to August 2016, Croatia’s […]

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Government stepping up preparations for tax reform

By   /  03/11/2016  /  Croatia, Finance, HR Finance, HR Politics, Politics  /  Comments Off on Government stepping up preparations for tax reform

In order to speed up the process of legislative amendments for the implementation of the planned tax reform as of the beginning of 2017, the Croatian government decided on Thursday to exclude seven draft bills from an assessment of the legislative impact. Those are the draft bills on income tax and real estate sales tax […]

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MOST Still Unsure Whether to Support Tax Reform

By   /  02/11/2016  /  Croatia, Finance, HR Finance, HR Politics, Politics  /  Comments Off on MOST Still Unsure Whether to Support Tax Reform

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Administration Ivan Kovačić (MOST) said on Wednesday that MOST would present its views on the proposed tax reform after consultations with experts, reports Večernji List on November 2, 2016. “MOST will make its position know”, said Kovačić this morning before the start of the meeting of deputy prime ministers […]

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Prime Minister Plenković Insists Tax Reform Will Not Be Delayed

By   /  31/10/2016  /  Croatia, Finance, HR Finance, HR Politics, Politics  /  Comments Off on Prime Minister Plenković Insists Tax Reform Will Not Be Delayed

Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković visited on Monday, together with other high-ranking government official, the Mirogoj cemetery in Zagreb on the occasion of All Saints’ Day which is on Tuesday. After the visit, he spoke to reporters and commented on the proposed tax reform and other issues. He said that tax reform had no alternative, […]

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FinMin: Tax reform to be prepared in parallel with work on 2017 budget

By   /  24/10/2016  /  Croatia, Finance, HR Finance, HR Politics, Politics  /  Comments Off on FinMin: Tax reform to be prepared in parallel with work on 2017 budget

Finance Minister Zdravko Maric said ahead of a meeting with Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Monday that the planned tax reform should be discussed by the government and that its implementation would be prepared in parallel with work on a draft budget for next year. Asked by reporters if the tax reform had been finalised, […]

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Experts Divided about Sustainability of Second Pillar of Pension System

By   /  21/10/2016  /  Croatia, Finance, HR Finance, HR Social, Social  /  Comments Off on Experts Divided about Sustainability of Second Pillar of Pension System

A conference on “Croatian Pension System and Sustainability of Its Second Pillar” was held on Friday. Experts who took part in the conference were divided over whether the second pillar, which consists of individual savings accounts, was unsustainable and ultimately less favourable for retirees or whether it was a good solution given the unfavourable demographic […]

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FinMin: Tax reforms core of fiscal policies

By   /  14/10/2016  /  Croatia, Finance, HR Finance, HR Politics, Politics  /  Comments Off on FinMin: Tax reforms core of fiscal policies

Zagreb, October 14, 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency Economic growth and consequently increased employment, the continuation of fiscal consolidation and activation of ‘dormant’ capital will be the pillars of fiscal policies in the coming period with special emphasis on an overall tax reform, Finance Minister Zdravko Maric said on Friday, but he stopped short of specifying […]

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Report highlights mixed data on over-qualification in Balkan graduate labour market

By   /  25/08/2015  /  BG Finance, BG Social, Bulgaria, Croatia, CY Finance, CY Social, Cyprus, Finance, GR Finance, GR Social, Greece, HR Finance, HR Social, RO Finance, RO Social, Romania, SI Finance, SI Social, Slovenia, Social  /  Comments Off on Report highlights mixed data on over-qualification in Balkan graduate labour market

London, August 25, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Thanasis Gavos The pan-European problem of skills mismatch in the graduates’ labour market has been highlighted in a policy report by the UK’s Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). The report points to the fact that in recent decades the increase in the number of […]

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Yellow light from European Commission on macroeconomic politics

By   /  13/05/2015  /  Croatia, Finance, Headlines, HR Finance  /  Comments Off on Yellow light from European Commission on macroeconomic politics

Zagreb, May 13, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Marija Avramovic The European Commission assessed on Wednesday that, as part of the procedure for adjusting macroeconomic imbalances, there was no need to launch the corrective procedure against Croatian. The Commission also gave Croatia six recommendations for this and next year, which range from measures to […]

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