CEIZ index for November 2017: GDP growth rate of 3 percent in 2017, with economic activity decreasing at the end of the year

In November 2017, the CEIZ index fell by 0.24 points compared to the previous month. This is the fourth decrease in index value in a row since July 2017, when the index reached its peak in 2017. Such values suggest that in the fourth quarter of 2017, economic activity slowed down compared to the second and third quarter. Based on the index values available for two out of three months of the fourth quarter of 2017, we can conclude that in the fourth quarter the Croatian economy added only...

New edition of Croatian Economic Survey

The Institute of Economics, Zagreb has published a new issue of the Croatian Economic Survey, 19(2), 2017, a scientific journal focused on publishing high-quality research papers on topics in all...

OVI for 2017: Substantial labor market recovery

Labor demand a third higher than in 2016, exceeding pre-crisis levels   In 2017 OVI rose by 33 percent compared to 2016, indicating a strong recovery of labor demand. Compared to the...

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OVI for November 2017: Labor demand grows, but at a slightly slower pace

In November 2017, the OVI index registered a 38.2 percent growth when compared to the same month of the previous year, indicating a continuation of strong labor demand growth. Seasonally adjusted index values point to a slightly slower growth...