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    • 19:37
    • 22 Oct

    Energy: EBRD to finance gas interconnector Bosnia-Croatia

    For supply security and diversification of sources
    • 18:55
    • 22 Oct

    Eurostat: Estonia EU country with the lowest debt to GDP

    Low ratio also in Bulgaria, in the Czech Republic and Romania
    • 17:35
    • 18 Oct

    EU backs first Erasmus+ Master Loan agreement with Croatia

    EIF and Privredna bank Zagreb signed a 600K loan deal
    • 17:11
    • 18 Oct

    Balkans: WEF, region lags behind for competitiveness

    Slovenia best ranked globally, Bosnia last
    • 15:31
    • 10 Oct

    Hungary: IMF raises GDP forecast to 4% in 2018

    Still below the 4.3% estimated by the government
    • 16:28
    • 05 Oct

    House: in Slovenia strongest increase in prices in the EU

    Indexes up also in Hungary and Latvia year-on-year
    • 18:57
    • 04 Oct

    Juncker says W.Balkans to be unsafe if EU accession fails

    EU President assures Europe isn't careless on region's future
    • 18:34
    • 04 Oct

    Research: diplomats from Eastern Europe, aiming to cooperate

    Focus on ESOF2020, technological evolution and innovation
    • 10:23
    • 03 Oct

    Automotive: Rimac cooperates with Automobili Pininfarina

    80m mln contract for development of electric hypercar PF0
    • 09:24
    • 03 Oct

    Tourism: Croatia, +10% revenue from foreign visitors

    In first six months of 2018 three billion euros
    • 09:42
    • 02 Oct

    Unemployment: in Croatia one of largest decreases in the EU

    From 10,9% to 8.5%. Lowest rates in Czech Rep, Germany, Poland
    • 09:46
    • 01 Oct

    Rescue exercise at a depth of 900m in Monte Canin cave

    Speleologists from all over Italy and Eastern Europe
    • 15:14
    • 28 Sep

    Tourism: Croatian coast third in EU for nights spent

    In 2016 74.2 million. Most popular regions Canarias and Cataluna
    • 14:39
    • 26 Sep

    Croatia: unemployment at record low since 2000

    Rate at 8.5% in August, labour force slightly shrinking