Total foreign direct investments (FDI) in Croatia in 2015 amounted to EUR 128 million, preliminary figures released by the Croatian National Bank (HNB) show.
Ivanec and Jastrebarsko in Croatia have been ranked first and seventh respectively in the list of the top ten micro European citizens with the best strategies to attract foreign investments.
This is the second time in two years that a team of FDI analysts ranked Ivanec among the top ten investment destination on the level of European microcities, Ivanec mayor Milorad Batinic told a...
The balance of payments shows that FDI over nine months in 2014 totalled EUR 2.8 billion, of which nearly EUR 1.5 billion was round-tripping in June of that year.
In Q3 2015, the current account surplus rose to 4.7% of GDP from 0.8% in Q4 2014. Central bank analysts estimate that the current account surplus for 2015 could be 4.8% of GDP.
I expect results similar to those recorded last year. It is not easy to speculate, but I expect 1.5 billion euros in FDIs this year, Novinic said.