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Keynote speech at the international conference - session “The Port of Rijeka as the Gateway to the Baltic-Adriatic Corridor”.

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End Poverty Day

Combating poverty and social exclusion depends on developing the right policies, which requires understanding the disparities.

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In today's world, the nature of demand for food is changing, and there is scope for innovation in the way food gets to people.

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Croatia in Figures

Find data and facts about the country's development progress.

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Growth strengthened in 2016 led by exports, domestic demand and investment recovery. Given the labor market recovery and real wage and disposable income increase, the poverty rate has continued trending downwards to 8.4 percent (at $5/day PPP). Due to the improved fiscal outcomes, Croatia would likely exit the Excessive Deficit Procedure in 2017. Yet, fiscal imbalances would require further narrowing in the medium term, while stronger personal consumption and EU funds absorption would continue to support solid growth in 2017-19. Read more...

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Arup Banerji

Regional Director for the European Union Countries

Elisabetta Capannelli

Country Manager for Croatia and Slovenia

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