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8 and a Half Times More Turnover At Cafes, Bars and Restaurants

Croatia’s new fiscalisation laws, introduced in January this year forcing trading companies to introduce fiscal cash registers, has aided some remarkable turnover growth in the nation’s bars and cafes. Since the tax inspectors went out into the field, they have shut down 471 establishments due to irregularities, with the average turnover in those places jumping by a massive 63%. The average monthly turnover in those cafes and bars shut down had grown from 5,445.20 kuna (700 EUR) to 46,440.45 (5,600 EUR). Record growth was recorded in the cities of Zagreb and Rijeka.

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