Croatia is moving forward

Wyn River's managing director, Nigel Davies, is also the head of the infrastructure focus group of the British Croatian Business Club.  Nigel visited Zagreb again at the end of June to assess where Croatia's economy and opportunities stand now, some two years after the country became the latest member of the European Union.

Tourism including health tourism, hotels and real estate, offshore oil & gas plus onshore renewable energy, food and agribusiness, shipbuilding and general engineering, infrastructure – a long list of trade and investment opportunities to consider!  

Nigel's article on Croatia includes links to the latest views from the IMF, recent business successes and an informative interview with HE Dr Ivan Grdešić, Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to the United Kingdom.  This piece was published as part of a wider regional review of the Mediterranean country members of the Council of British Chambers of Commerce in Europe, COBCOE. 

UPDATE: The revised July 2015 eCatalogue of investment opportunities referred to in the article (both state owned and private) has just been published by the Agency for Investments and Competitiveness (AIK) and can be accessed here.

The Croatian Embasssy hosted an EU celebration on the Thames in July 2013

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