Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanović, who is currently on a 12-day tour of Australia and New Zealand, told business people in the state of New South Wales on Monday that the current Croatian government was open for enterprise and investment, and was business friendly…
Milanović addressed local business people about the current economic situation in Croatia, and outlined new development strategies his government was undertaking to attract foreign investment into the country, particularly in the tourism sector.
The Prime Minister presented a range of projects which were open for investments, including the leasing of motorways, the restructuring of the national rail company, and in the Rijeka seaport. Milanović told the audience that Croatia was stable and safe for investors and that its government was business friendly.
“Everyone who wants to invest, both Croats and Australians who are not of Croatian descent, are welcome to invest in Croatia. By joining the European Union, Croatia has become part of a single market and the Croatian government is doing everything to make life easier for those who want to invest in Croatia, ” said the PM.