Croatian government to start EUR 49.2mn programme facilitating enterprise.

By bne IntelliNews March 22, 2012
The Croatian government will present a new HRK 370mn (EUR 49.2mn) programme, aimed at facilitating enterprise in 2012, trade minister Gordan Maras was quoted as saying by news agency HINA. Part of the financial resources (HRK 320mn) will be provided by the state budget, while the remaining HRK 50mn will come from EU funds. Maras stressed that the government will continue to implement measures, aimed at alleviating the unnecessary tax burden on the economy. Maras said that the government expects that there will be a return from the invested financial recourses in enterprises since that way new working places will be created.
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