International Trade in Croatia

International Trade in Croatia

The Croatian economy is showing encouraging results. Growth in domestic demand sustains the economic dynamism, which in turn is stimulated by the recent credit boom following the privatization of banks and their acquisition by foreign capital, investments (mainly in road construction), the... Read more

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Overview About International Trade in Croatia

Main Industry Sectors

The agricultural sector represents more than 6% of the country's GDP. Croatia mainly produces wheat, corn, sugar beet, fruits, wine and olive oil.
The Croatian industry is concentrated in competitive activities: textiles, wood, the steel industry, aluminum and the food industry.  With more than one-third of the territory covered with forests, the wood industry is one of the fundamental sectors of the economy. The country has limited mineral resources. The manufacturing industry employs 90% of the total workers and experienced a reduction of 12% during the first six months of 2009. Industrial production slowed down by 10% in the first semester of 2009. This is due to a backlash of the global economic crisis which also affected Croatia.
The tourism sector is in full bloom.  As a fact, Croatia receives almost 10 million visitors every year and its growth will be confirmed in the next following years with the development of  even more modern infrastructures to welcome foreign tourists.

 

Economic Overview

The Croatian economy is showing encouraging results. Growth in domestic demand sustains the economic dynamism, which in turn is stimulated by the recent credit boom fo...

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