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Country data

Population:
4.4 million
Area:
87,700 sq km
Capital:
Zagreb
Currency:
Kuna

Key developments and challenges

  • Croatia became a member of the European Union (EU). The country joined the Union as the twenty-eighth member state on 1 July 2013, after fulfilling all necessary pre-accession requirements, and following ratification of the Accession Treaty by all member states.
  • Key large-scale privatisations were completed this year. The government sold the Brodosplit, Brodotrogir and 3 Maj shipyards, and earlier in the year launched the privatisation of the freight railway operator, HZ Cargo.
  • The economy remains in recession. Last year GDP declined by 2 per cent on the back of a decline in domestic demand, and there are no signs of recovery in the first half of 2013.

Croatia in the 2013 Transition Report

Tram in Zagreb, Croatia

Our work in Croatia

In Croatia our support ranges from the financial sector to infrastructure and the regional expansion of local companies.

Croatia

Key facts about the EBRD's work in Croatia

No. of projects

158

Net EBRD investment

€2.9 billion

Gross disbursements

€2.5 billion

Portfolio in private sector

68%

 

Last updated 31 March 2014

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Our strategy in Croatia

The Bank's focus will include leveraging the benefits of EU accession to advance transition, restructuring and commercialising public sector enterprises and restoring sustainable growth to Croatia.

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CONTACTS

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3rd Floor
10000 Zagreb
Croatia
Tel: +385 1 6000 310
Fax: +385 1 6197 218