(MENAFN) On Monday, Sep. 20 the Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic stated that the country’s economic expansion that had been formerly projected at around five percent could hit seven percent this year.
He said to a conference on Croatia's economy that th catastrophe had cost Croatia 35 billion kuna (USD5.5 billion) but Croatia is back on the road of economic revival.
Croatia’s economy is growing because of the rising investments and remarkable tourist season.
Plenkovic noted that other economic signs of Croatia are also very upbeat, like the employment rate and average pay.
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