Thursday, 12. December 2013 - 22:12
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Despite recent claims by Croatia's Finance Minister that 2013 will be a tougher year than 2012, Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic believes that next year will be better, and even expects economic growth, reports website Tportal.
Milanovic says that although the situation in Croatia is tough, it is not dramatic. "Next year, I believe, will be better. We expect growth and this is not a belief, the indicators say that, while this year is a time of consolidation. It was actually on us, as is always crucial in politics, to determine, together with economic and industrial policy experts, the hurdles in the system," said Milanovic.
Milanovic expects 2013 to be a good year for large investments and says that it is important for Croatia to remove the stigma that it is hostile to investments. Milanovic pointed to three big investment projects that will help stimulate growth, the Plomin thermal plant, the Rijeka Port, and the railways.
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