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​Vukovar: Panona Net cross border project presentedA Croatia-Serbia Interreg 2014-2020 cross border project, the Panona Net Destination Management Model was presented in Vukovar on Thursday, and the project includes Vukovar and Velika, Croatia and Subotica, Serbia. 01.08.2019. | News
​HRK 94mn for young farmers and non-agricultural activitiesThe Paying Agency for Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development on Wednesday signed 400 new agreements worth a total of HRK 94 million from the Rural Development Programme, intended for young and small farmers and the development of non-agricultural activities. 31.07.2019. | News
PM attends Korcula Town Council meetingPrime Minister Andrej Plenkovic attended a Korcula Town Council meeting on the occasion of Town Day on Monday, saying that this town on the southern Adriatic island of the same name had always been attractive and open and that many of its residents had made their contribution to Croatia's development. 29.07.2019. | News
​PM, culture minister attend Lazareti project conference in DubrovnikPrime Minister Andrej Plenkovic participated in Dubrovnik on Sunday in the final conference of the HRK 33.8 million "Lazareti Project - The Creative District of Dubrovnik", in which the EU participated with HRK 26 million. 29.07.2019. | News
​About 10,000 seasonal workers from Serbia work in CroatiaThere are 9,722 Serbian citizens with residence and work permits in Croatia, mostly employed in construction, while seasonal workers are mostly employed in tourism and the hospitality industry, an employment website based in the northern Serbian city of Subotica said. 29.07.2019. | News
New minister pledges to update state assets recordsIntensifying cooperation with local and regional government units and updating records of state-owned real estate are some of the priorities of the newly-appointed Minister of State Assets, Mario Banozic. 28.07.2019. | News
Cappelli: Hoteliers have announced 10% wage increaseTourism Minister Gari Cappelli told on Friday that the lower Value Added Tax (VAT) rate on preparing and serving food opens room for investments in increasing  competitiveness, service quality and wages in the hospitality sector, adding that hoteliers have announced that wages will increase by 10% as soon as the reduced VAT rate of 13% enters into force. 26.07.2019. | News
HGK: Lower VAT wind in the sails of the entire tourism sectorThe Croatian Chamber of Economy (HGK) supports the government's decision to reduce Value Added Tax on food in the hospitality sector from the current 25% to 13% as that will open up room to increase wages for workers and make the entire tourism industry more competitive. 26.07.2019. | News
Cappelli: It's time for tax changes in tourism​Tourism Minister Gari Cappelli on Wednesday said that it was time for tax changes in tourism and recommended a VAT rate of 13% on food and beverage services to be part of the fourth round of the tax reform. "I've been asking for that from day one," Cappelli told reporters ahead of a government meeting. 24.07.2019. | News
Croatian and Bulgarian presidents call for new, strategic dimension in relations​Croatia and Bulgaria agree that the two countries need to be dedicated to creating a new, strategic dimension in their relations by strengthening cooperation in key areas, from security and defence to science and culture, Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic said on Tuesday after she met with Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev. 23.07.2019. | News