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PM announces changes to Commerce Act, HGK ActPrime Minister Andrej Plenković on Thursday announced changes to the Commerce Act to allow shop work only on 16 Sundays a year, as well as changes to the Croatian Chamber of Commerce (HGK) Act to exempt small businesses from the payment of the HGK membership fee. 06.05.2021. | News
Marić: Recovery and Resilience Plan key to increasing potential growth rateFinance Minister Zdravko Marić said on Thursday that the implementation of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NPOO) was crucial to increasing Croatia's potential growth rate. 06.05.2021. | News
Croatia reports 2,494 new coronavirus cases, 51 deathsCroatia has registered 2,494 new coronavirus cases and 51 COVID-related deaths in the last 24 hours, the national coronavirus response team reported on Wednesday. 05.05.2021. | News
Ministers dismisses possibility of reopening all businesses on 15 MayEconomy and Labour Ministers Tomislav Ćorić and Josip Aladrović on Wednesday dismissed a proposal by the UGP entrepreneurs' association that all businesses in Croatia should be allowed to reopen as of 15 May. 05.05.2021. | News
Croatia marks National Day of Emergency Medical ServiceThe National Day of the Emergency Medical Service (HMS) was marked by a video conference on Friday at which it was noted that HMS staff had made a great contribution to efforts to contain the coronavirus pandemic and other challenges faced by the healthcare system. 30.04.2021. | News
Persons who have recovered from COVID need only one shotPeople who have recovered from COVID-19 will need only one shot of the two-dose vaccine for inoculation, the national COVID-19 crisis management team said on Friday. 30.04.2021. | News
All resources will be mobilized to make sure as many citizens as possible gets vaccinatedHealth Minister Vili Beroš said at a government session on Thursday that vaccination against COVID-19 would be stepped up and would be taking place seven days a week and at least 12 hours a day. 29.04.2021. | News
Plenković: We will implement NPOO relying on our experience and political willThe National Recovery and Resilience Plan is important for developing resilience to crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic, and the government will implement it relying on its experience and political will, Prime Minister Andrej Plenković told a press conference after the cabinet meeting on Thursday. 29.04.2021. | News
The Croatian Government adopted the Proposal of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan 2021–2026 The Plan will be sent for final consultations to the European Commission with the aim to finalise the document and ensure its full consistency with the legal framework and the requirements of the Regulation establishing the Recovery and Resilience Facility, including green and digital targets, in the coming weeks. 29.04.2021. | News
Korlat wind farm put into operationThe Croatian power company HEP on Wednesday formally inaugurated the Korlat Wind Farm, which is the first wind power plant in HEP's generation portfolio. 28.04.2021. | News