Survey: Croatia per-capita purchasing power at 34% of European average.

By bne IntelliNews November 30, 2010
Croatia's per-capita purchasing power stood at EUR 4,809 in 2010 or 34% of the European average, news agency HINA informed, quoting the results from study, carried out by Gfk GeoMarketing agency. The study was conducted in 42 countries in Europe. The average per-capita purchasing power in Europe in 2010 stood at EUR 11,945, up by 2.1% y/y. Croatia ranked 29th in the stuvey.

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