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Investing in People Focus of Continued Croatia World Bank Group Partnership

Investing in People Focus of Continued Croatia World Bank Group Partnership
13 March
2019
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Croatia's potential to increase economic growth and improve living standards for all its citizens was highlighted today at an event marking the twenty-five year anniversary of the partnership between the World Bank Group and the Republic of Croatia. Prime Minister Andrej Plenković, Minister of Finance Zdravko Marić, and Cyril Muller, World Bank Vice President for Europe and Central Asia, highlighted the transformational impact of the partnership on Croatia's development


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Croatia: EIB commits EUR 300 million to cohesion projects

Croatia: EIB commits EUR 300 million to cohesion projects
07 December
2018
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Croatia will receive EUR 300 million from the European Investment Bank (EIB) in the second, and final, portion of a EUR 600 million loan designed to speed up the implementation and ensure the success of Cohesion Policy projects in the country.  Croatia will use the EIB loan as its national contributions in EU-funded projects. The financing can also be used to pre-finance projects. The loan will increase the number of EU-funded projects implemented throughout the country to improve economic and social cohesion and promote the sustainable development of Croatia.


World Bank Continues to Help Improve Croatia’s Land Administration System

World Bank Continues to Help Improve Croatia’s Land Administration System
21 September
2018
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The Minister of Finance, H.E. Zdravko Marić and the World Bank Country Manager for Croatia, Ms. Elisabetta Capannelli, signed the Loan Agreement in the amount of EUR19.7 million (US$ 24.07 million equivalent) for the Integrated Land Administration System Project (ILAS). The loan provides additional funding to an ongoing, well-performing project led by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) and the State Geodetic Administration (SGA).


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