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260 Multi-millionaires in Croatia

 

There are 260 multi-millionaires in Croatia with a combined total wealth of 30 billion US dollars, according to a survey conducted by Wealth X.

Croatia was 23rd on the list out of 45 European nations when it came to the number of multi-millionaires per capita. Germany topped the list.

Croatia feared best on the list out of the regions nations. Serbia were in 28th place with 90 multi-millionaires, followed by Bosnia and Herzegovina in 30th place and Slovenia in 34th place, reported website Business.hr.

 

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