EU supports Croatia in attracting investment

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The Croatian flag (R) flies next to European flags outside the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, 02 July 2013. Following the successful ratification of its European Union Accession Treaty by the national parliaments of the 27 Member States, the Republic of Croatia has joined the EU as the 28th member on 01 July 2013.

EU supports Croatia in attracting investment


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The European Commission and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development are providing technical expertise to Croatia to improve the lives of citizens and businesses by boosting economic and social performance, with the comprehensive regulatory and investment policy reviews presented on 18 June that proposes actions to improve the country’s investment conditions.
The work by the OECD and the EU’s Structural Reform Support Program aims to help reduce administrative burden, remove obstacles for businesses and build a competitive environment for investment. The Program offers expertise to all EU countries for the design and implementation of growth-enhancing reforms, is based on demand and is tailor-made for the beneficiary Member State.

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