GfK survey: 80% of Croatian households with insufficient incomes in 2010.

By bne IntelliNews March 7, 2011
Almost 80% of Croatian households had insufficient incomes in 2010, HINA news agency reported, quoting a survey of GfK Croatia. The average monthly income per households last year was estimated at HRK 6,320 (EUR 854). The surveyed households said they needed an average of HRK 8,660 per month. The region with the highest average income was Zagreb (HRK 7,560) and with the lowest income - Slavonija (HRK 4,750).

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