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As Croatia readies to become the 28th EU member state in July, the customs service faces major changes.
Croatia and Spain have signed an agreement that would strengthen the cooperation between the two countries’ police forces, during an official visit to Spain.
Croatians are increasingly looking to take advantage of discounts, special offers and other forms of bargains while shopping, according to new consumer research published by GfK .
Croatian food company Agrokor has offered to pay €2bn for the purchase of Slovenian retail chain, Mercator.
Foreign direct investment in Croatia has doubled in the first six months of this year, according to new data from the Croatian National Bank, HNB.
One hundred former workers of the bankrupt Djakovstina factory spent Wednesday night in front of their former employer’s building, demanding the severance pay they claim they have not been paid over the last two years.
Companies from all over the world are competing for a multi-million Euro deal to run a new airport in Croatia’s capital city.
Croatia and Austria have signed a Memorandum on Agricultural Cooperation between the two states which may pave the way for future business opportunities in the field.
Hospitals in Croatia's capital, Zagreb, owe close to 18 million kunas or €2.4 million Euros, the latest report from the city's department of health shows.
A suspected copper wire thief could face up to ten years in prison for reportedly causing a runway blackout at Zagreb Airport.
Croatia’s largest IT group is being investigated by the country’s anti-corruption bureau, USKOK, for millions of Euros of contracts signed over the last seven years.
Croatian engineering and construction company Dalekovod has won a €81 million contract to help build an electricity power grid in Norway.
Croatia has to be more aggressive on approaching faraway markets such as China and Japan concerning the tourism sector, the country's tourism minister has suggested.
The wife of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is reportedly negotiating to buy a tourist resort in Croatia, a media report has said.
The most expensive ship ever to have been built in a Croatian shipyard has started testing in Split prior to delivery to its new owners.
Brodosplit-Naval and Special Vessel Shipyard (BSO) have signed an agreement with British Virgin Islands-based Laplaine Management Ltd company to build a luxury passenger yacht.
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.