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  • Michael Silovic wrote on 02. 03. 2012 from Texas

    Mr Ambassador must realize that Croatia is not America and they are not going to be manipulated by the Eu or America.No one is saying that business people can not make money but we must be certain that the jobs created employ Croatians First and that Croatia gets its fair share.Croatia does not want investment in their country if you are going to bring in Foreigner to work the jobs as you have done in America.If you employ 70% of your business with Croatian people I do not see why you will find hostilities.You or anyone else in the EU will not be allowed to rob our country and get rich while the Croat citizens are left watching from the sidelines.I say this to you as an Croat American.Croatia First or stay home.This goes for all countries.

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  • V_Mathison wrote on 02. 03. 2012 from USA

    Scientology is losing members, money and credibility faster than ever before, so its leaders are desperate to lure in the unsuspecting to keep the scam going. They are willing to sink to any level to bring in new members to brainwash, and this includes recruiting at charter schools and drug rehab centers.

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  • Stephen S, wrote on 01. 03. 2012 from Paris

    Stipulation in contract are that terminal is to be built by Croatian firms with Croatian workforce. I think Hidroelectra got the contract, or they were mentioned to be one of them firms building new terminal.

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  • Ervin wrote on 01. 03. 2012 from Rijeka

    Take a look in Trieste. It is loaded with Croatians. The choice is more, better and cheaper. Nice, such a new government.....

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  • Ivan Juric wrote on 28. 02. 2012 from

    Is this Croatias way of honouring the war dead?

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  • Fernando Ely wrote on 27. 02. 2012 from Brazil

    Se bilo tko imati posao Brazilski!

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  • John wrote on 27. 02. 2012 from UK

    Freedom of choice is a wonderful thing!

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  • Michael Silovic wrote on 24. 02. 2012 from Texas

    I am glad that the airport is being extended. There is not enough information in this article for me to say I am extremely happy as it only says Croatia will share in a percentage of the project expansion.Is it only 1% ? My other concern is that there is no mention of JOBS FOR Croatians in this project so does that mean France is going to not hire any Croats to work and bring in French workers??I appreciate all investments in Croatia but if it does not benefit the people who need to work in Croatia then I would not be so happy about it.We need a Croatia First Policy that requires any business to hire a minimum of 70% of Croatian workers in their work force.What good is investment if Croats are not getting the jobs?

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  • Corneliu Codreanu wrote on 17. 02. 2012 from zionist-led republic

    if you want to learn about the EU, all you have to do is: watch Nigel Farage (a member of the european parliament) clips on youtube... he will explain simply and clearly... maybe someone could translate his messages to croatian :) do NOT enter the EU... EU = USSR!

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  • Ronny wrote on 17. 02. 2012 from Amsterdam

    which website in Croatia is the best for real estate?

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