Croatias entrepreneurs report first-half gross profit of EUR 2.5bn.

By bne IntelliNews November 11, 2011
Croatia's entrepreneurs reported an aggregate gross profit of HRK 18.5bn (EUR 2.5bn) in the first six months of 2011, Banka Magazine daily informed, quoting the data of the financial agency FINA. No comparative figures were available. The large entrepreneurs generated a gross profit of HRK 10.1bn, up by 113% y/y. Medium-sized entrepreneurs posted a gross profit of HRK 1.3bn, accounting for 7.2% of the total profit of entrepreneurs in the period. The highest profit increase of 141.4% y/y was announced by small entrepreneurs (up by). The gross profit of small entrepreneurs amounted to HRK 7.1bn, or 38.2% of the total.

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