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Dutch Biggest Foreign Investors in Q1 in Croatia

New cement factory opens in Ethiopia - one of Africa's fastest-growing nationsIn the first quarter of 2015 there has been 339.4 million euros of foreign investment in Croatia, which is 112.5 million more than in the same period in 2014, according to data from the Croatian National Bank…

The biggest foreign investors in Croatia in the first quarter were the Dutch, who invested 145.5 million euros. Austrians (80.4 million euros), Italians (36.7 million euros), Irish (27.1 million euros) and Germans (24.4 million euros) were the next largest investors, said Slobodna Dalmacija.

The majority of investment was in financial intermediation (205 million euros), followed by the manufacture of chemicals and chemical products (61.9 million euros), real estate (43.6 million euros), the production of petroleum products (28.4 million euros) and in post and telecommunications (16.2 million euros).

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