Croatia became the 28th member of the EU on July 1, 2013. To prepare, the government had strived to boost economic competitiveness and ensure Croatians enjoy sustainable improvements in their quality of life—a difficult task given the current external environment.
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October 5, 2016 — While the EU growth is projected to remain low, at about 1.6 percent in 2016-17, our new regional report launched in Zagreb says reforming the service sector could significantly boost incomes and convergence.
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March 22, 2016 — Croatia returned to positive growth in 2015 after more than half a decade of recession, but the structural weaknesses exposed by the financial crisis have yet to be fully addressed. A new World Bank report identifies policy options that can inform the policy debate.
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