This year marks 25 years of an independent Croatia. It also marks a possible turning point in its political future, as a new coalition government, headed by a technocrat prime minister, takes the reigns.
Yet Croatia’s economic footing is not so secure. Six years of recession hit the country hard, and GDP growth was only back in the positive at the end of last year.
Writing for BNE Intellinews, Nicolas Adamovich, senior representative at Commerzbank’s Zagreb office, and president of the German Croatian Chamber of Industry and Commerce, argues that getting Croatia’s economy back on track depends on attracting investment and building a more developed export trade – noting that the banking sector will be vital in driving progress.
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