The Croatian macroeconomic environment is stable which is first of all reflected in the low inflation rate.
Furthermore, the average exchange rate oscillations have been very low. Croatia's economic policy is aimed at
building a stable and strong economy that would be competitive in the global market.
As of 1ST July 2013 Croatia become the 28th member state of the European Union. Croatia's EU membership will contribute to ongoing political and economic development along with high standards of the rule of law and high quality regulations.
Located in the heart of Europe, Croatia has an excellent geostrategic position.
Well-connected with Eastern and Central Europe as well as the rest of Europe,
Croatia represents a bridge between Western and Central Europe with the Black Sea and
Eastern Europe and the Baltic Region with the Mediterranean.
Boasting a network of modern and newly-constructed highways that stretch across more than a thousand kilometers,
three pan-European corridors passing through the country, six international airports and three local airports,
six sea and four river ports, Croatia has a huge competitive advantage compared to the other countries in the region.
Human resource is one of the most important preconditions for investors in their decision to invest
in a particular country. An efficient, innovative and multilingual workforce lies at the foundation
of successful business operations and the development of a company. Investors who are already successfully
operating in Croatia confirm the quality of human resources in Croatia. More...
Croatia offers investors more than 200 investment locations/ business zones, completely adapted to
the investors' needs with fully-equipped infrastructural facilities.
The Croatian government, aware of the importance of attracting foreign direct investment for
the economic progress of the country, is actively implementing activities to increase the competitiveness
of the Croatian economy with a strong emphasis on improving the investment environment.
Incentives, employment and training incentives and incentive measures for capital costs
of investment projects are available. Incentives related to investment projects: Manufacturing activities;
Development and innovation activities' Business support services and High added value services.
Quality of Life
The quality of life in Croatia measured by economic standards, security, freedom, environment,
climate, health, cost of living, culture, leisure, infrastructure and risk ranks Croatia at a
high 18th place out of 193 countries in the world according to research of the International Living Magazine.