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Grey Economy On The Way Out In Croatia

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Basic everyday household items bread and milk are about to become more expensive in Croatia. Bread, milk, books, medication, orthopedic aids and cinema tickets previously had a 0% VAT rate, but from 1 January 2013, the VAT on those products has moved from 0% to 5%. There was some good ...

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Tottenham Hotspurs Chasing Croatian Midfielder

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The agent for Croatian footballer Anas Sharbini says that his client is on the verge of signing with English premier league side Tottenham Hotspurs. The former Hajduk Split and Rijeka midfielder is currently playing for Ittihad in the Saudi Professional League, and his agent Need Koznic says that the London club are on ...

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US Show Grannies On Safari In Croatia

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Croatia will feature as a destination in the upcoming 2013 season of American show Grannies on Safari. The Chicago-based television series broadcast on PBS television features two 60-something lifelong friends, Regina Fraser and Pat Johnson, as they roam around the world discovering new culture, art and food. The two ‘Grannies’ ...

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Croatia Welcomes In 2013

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Thousands packed city squares in Croatia last night as the nation welcomed in 2013. There were no reports of any trouble as crowds partied in festive spirit around the country. Spectacular firework displays were seen in the main centres of Zagreb, Split, Osijek, Rijeka, Varazdin, Zadar and Dubrovnik at the stroke ...

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VIDEO: PM Posts 2013 NY Message On YouTube

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Croatia’s Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic has wished all citizens of Croatia a Happy New Year in a different way than most of his predecessors. The Croatian government has posted a video on YouTube of Milanovic being filmed with a mobile phone giving his New Year message. “Thanks for your patience in 2012. ...

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