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Croatian Airlines flight attendants agreed to end the strike against jobs and wage cuts on Tuesday, after edight days.
The Croatian tourism industry, which comprises around 18% of the country's gross domestic product, has seen an 8% increase since January, Tourism Minister Damir Bajs said.
Almost half of Slovenia’s working population will spend their holiday in Croatia this year, the latest poll from market research company Gfk shows.
Foreign direct investment in Croatia plummeted during 2010, new figures from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, UNCTAD, reveal.
Vegetables, wheat and oils are among the most popular products being imported to Kosovo from other countries following the country’s ban on imports from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Kosovo's ban on products from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina could mean new trade opportunities for Croatia.
Newly formed Tesla bank aims to facilitate the return to Croatia of refugees who fled in the Nineties and help them set up farms and small businesses.
Croatia received less than €440 million worth of foreign investments last year, equating to as much as it attracted in 1996, immediately after the war.
Croatia is waking up from its recessionary slumber says Zuzana Murgasova, head of the IMF's mission to the country.
As the E Coli outbreak in Germany raises fears about food safety throughout Europe, Croatian officials tell citizens that they can safely eat local fruits and vegetables.
Croatia's financial market watchdog has filed charges against Hungary's MOL over accusations that the firm manipulated the market in shares of INA, Croatia's oil and gas group.
Hungarian oil and gas group MOL has resolutely dismissed allegations that it manipulated trading in shares of INA, Croatia's oil company.
Croatia's financial market watchdog HANFA said on Wednesday that the Hungarian firm MOL manipulated the trading of shares in Croatia's oil and gas company INA.
Croatia's economic outlook is tied to its completion of accession negotiations with the EU, the credit rating agency Dun & Bradstreet says.
Croatia's market regulator, HANFA, has again ordered the Zagreb Stock Exchange to suspend trading in shares of the country's oil and gas company INA until May 6.
Despite the economic crisis, Croatia and Slovenia managed to increase trade by ten per cent last year, officials said at a joint meeting on Tuesday.
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.