Catalogue of Investment Opportunities of the Republic of Croatia

The Ministry Of Economy, Entrepreneurship And Crafts published tha updated edition of the „Catalogue of Investment Opportunities“. This catalogue has been published in cooperation with the Croatian Chamber of Economy, Croatian Agency for SMEs, Innovation and Investments (HAMAG - BICRO) and Croatian Chamber of Trade and Crafts.

This is the most extensive editions of the Catalogue so far comprising information on 64 investment projects (48 public and 16 private). Sector-wise, majority of projects are form tourist sector (33 projects), followed by infrastructure (8 projects), industry (3 projects),  nautical ports (4 projects), social care (3 projects), real estate (2 projects), energy sector (2 projects), high-tech industry (2 projects) and  and 7 technology incubators.

The newest edition of the Catalogue of the investment projects of the Republic of Croatia can be downloaded here.


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WHY CROATIA?

 
Croatia each year attracts millions of travellers from the whole world and is being recognized as a country worth investment due its climate, geographical position as well as affordability which is a key element for many business people.
 
As already a famous country for tourist sightseeing, tourism accounted over 20% of Croatia’s GDP in 2019, which indicates that tourism is one of the most lucrative Croatian industries to invest in.

As one of the newest members of the European Union, Croatia has an access to the rest of the EU which means there are no restrictions for Croatian companies to import and export goods within the EU.