Wednesday, 18. December 2013 - 08:12
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Former Finance Minister Mato Crkvenac is to launch a new website aimed at attracting domestic and foreign investors in Croatia, business daily Business.hr reports.
In cooperation with economist Milan Deskar Skrbic, Crkvenac wants the Local Business Environment Croatia website to be a one-stop information hub providing information on investment benefits, competition, administrative and fiscal specifics and contacts with local officials that investors can turn to.
Niko Kovac shocked with a ban for Simunic
Croatian national football team coach Niko Kovac said he was shocked with FIFA's ten match ban for his central defender Josip Simunic.
Russian brothers ready to invest millions in Croatian tourism
News website Biznis Plus reports the wealthy Russians stand behind the company Beta ulaganja, that applied to buy the rest of shares in Jadranka company from Mali Losinj.
Milanovic made Italian politicians angry, claims daily Vecernji List
Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic has committed a gaffe by informing Italian public about chemical weapons to be transported from Syria via Italy, daily newspaper Vecernji List reports.
Bob Dylan to perform in Pula, despite the court case with Croats
Despite the recent court case when Croats in France have put the artist on court for assaulting Croats in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, news website muzika.hr reports the gig has been agreed for western town of Pula for next summer.
Pescara's president did not keep his word, crisis hit Hajduk waits for 700,000 Euro
Italian football side Pescara and Croatian club Hajduk have another dispute over the forward Ante Vukusic.
Primosten could get more out of its beauty
Sunny weather, calm sea, great Dalmatian landscape and Mediterranean architecture could easily attract visitors from elsewhere in Europe knowing that from foggy, rainy, showy or cold areas they could be here in just two hours and enjoying sunbathing at almost 20 degrees Celsius outside temperature.
Milanovic denied chemical weapons transport via Croatia
"Italians have taken that task", the PM has revealed during weekend.
Croatian Railways get money for modernisation of railways
Croatian Railways Infrastructure (HZ Infrastruktura)has got a loan of 40 million Euro from the European Bank for Development, Media Servis reports.
Dinamo keeps leading position after Autumn part of the championship
Dinamo Zagreb has won the leading position in the Croatian football championship after the end of the Autumn part of the competition.
Croatia ready to connect to Azerbaijans gas stream to Europe
Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic and Economy Minister Ivan Vrdoljak are set to travel to Azerbaijan in an attempt to sign a "deal of understanding" for the future Southern Gas Corridor.
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