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Croatian Airlines flight attendants agreed to end the strike against jobs and wage cuts on Tuesday, after edight days.
Minister warns that more jobs will have to go in railways, the national airline and the post office, among others.
One of Croatia’s busiest airports is set to undergo major reconstruction and development.
The first months of 2013 have seen a marked rise in visitor numbers compared to last year, bringing cheer to the country's economy.
Zagreb Airport extended its strong start to the year after registering a marked year-on-year increase in passenger numbers in February.
Workers in Croatia earn only a quarter of the average hourly wage in the European Union, according to the country's statistics bureau.
The organisation Global Financial Integrity has ranked Serbia worst of all Balkan countries when it comes to illegal financial flows.
Jobless rate reaches new high of 21.9 per cent, the highest in a decade - and that's not the only bad news about the Croatian economy.
After recording serious losses in 2012, Croatia Airlines will have to make big cuts.
Bosnia, Croatia, Macedonia and Montenegro have taken milk produced by two Croatian dairies off the market amid fears of contamination by potentially dangerous aflatoxin M1.
Moody's on Friday downgraded Croatia's credit rating from Baa3 to Ba1, citing poor economic growth prospects and the government's lack of fiscal flexibility.
Country is failing to promote its cut-price health services, a local expert in this field complains.
Macedonia tops the region in the 2013 Index of Economic Freedom, annually compiled by The Wall Street Journal and The Heritage Foundation.
Slovenes fear ‘bridging’ role between West and former Yugoslavia will pass to Croatia once it joins the EU in July.
Standard and Poor's downgraded Croatia's credit rating to junk on Friday, a development deemed "catastrophic" by a local analyst.
National carrier Croatia Airlines has received a capital boost of EUR 106 million from the government in Zagreb.
Lobbying by Croatian leaders and legal action have failed to prise more than 20 petrol stations away from Kosova Petrol, owned by a former advisor to PM Hashim Thaci, and back to its pre-war Croatian owners, INA.
The International Monetary Fund is partly to blame for wars in former Yugoslavia, according to Stratfor document published by Wikileaks.