Croatia's minimum living costs up by 0.06% m/m in June.

By bne IntelliNews July 25, 2011
The minimum living costs of a four-member family, as calculated by the Independent Trade Unions of Croatia (NHS), inched up by 0.06% m/m to HRK 6,716 in June, HINA news agency reported. The average net salary of HRK 5,396 covered 80.34% of the minimum living costs, down by 1.3pps from the previous month. The minimum living costs were the highest in Pula (HRK 7,183), and the lowest - in Osijek (HRK 6,311).

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