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The East of Croatia, Slavonia and Osijek have a future of development and researchThe Research and Development Centre of telecommunications equipment manufacturer Ericsson Nikola Tesla (ENT) formally opened its office in the eastern city of Osijek on Friday. 21.09.2018. | News
Plenkovic: Frontex should help neighbours, strengthen Bulgaria, Greece bordersCroatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said in Salzburg on Thursday it was important to Croatia that stronger European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex) forces be deployed to its neighbours to help their police forces and to the European Union's first external borders, i.e. Bulgaria and Greece. 20.09.2018. | News
Government amends 9 laws in bid to ease tax burdenThe government on Thursday forwarded amendments to nine tax laws to parliament, including the VAT Act which should enable the easing of tax burden as of the start of 2019, and the effects of these changes are estimated at HRK 1.4 billion by expanding the lower VAT rate of 13%. 20.09.2018. | News
PM: Main objective of tax reform is to ease burden on citizens and businessesThe main objective of the government's tax reform package this autumn is to further ease the burden on private citizens and businesses, Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said at the start of a cabinet meeting on Thursday. 20.09.2018. | News
PM: It would be good to have better oppositionPrime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Wednesday commented on Question Time in parliament and underscored that his government is continuing with structural reforms, stable finances and attracting investments and that it would be better for Croatian society to have a better opposition. 20.09.2018. | News
Plenkovic says Croatia doesn't need Frontex to control borderThe Croatian police are capable of controlling the Croatian border on its own and doesn't need additional help from the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex) which should be deployed to the first EU external borders, Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Wednesday in Salzburg. 19.09.2018. | News
Plenkovic congratulates newly-appointed Slovenian PM, calls for further dialogueCroatia and Slovenia should continue dialogue on all outstanding issues, especially the border dispute, Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said in a message to Marjan Sarec congratulating him on becoming the Prime Minister of Slovenia.  14.09.2018. | News
Value of signed contracts and adopted projects for Istria over HRK 1.5 billionThe government on Thursday adopted a decision for the construction and upgrade to motorway status of the 28-kilometre Pazin-Ucka Tunel trunk road. 13.09.2018. | News
We are trying to find a solution for maintaining jobs, production and shipbuilding industry in Pula and RijekaPrime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said in Pula on Thursday that it was the government's political will to do all it could in its power to help the Uljanik shipyard and the final solution required the cooperation of the company itself and the local community and a political consensus. 13.09.2018. | News
PM says keeping jobs in Uljanik dock most important issuePrime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Thursday discussed the situation in the Uljanik dock with members of the Uljanik shipbuilding group's management board, unions and leaders of the City of Pula and Istria County, telling reporters the most important issue at the moment was keeping jobs and the company's functioning. 13.09.2018. | News