Croatia Commercial Banking Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

Croatia Commercial Banking Report

Croatia Commercial Banking Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Croatia Commercial Banking Report
Published Aug 06, 2016
76 pages — Published Aug 06, 2016
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Abstract:

Foreign direct investment into Croatia has yet to recover from the financial crisis. We attribute this to investor aversion following six years of negative real GDP growth and a relatively weak economic outlook. ...Foreign direct investment into Croatia has yet to recover from the financial crisis. We attribute this to investor aversion following six years of negative real GDP growth and a relatively weak economic outlook. Expenditure on social services is extremely high by regional standards. ...Croatia s labour force is expensive and uncompetitive by regional standards. It is unlikely to improve unless significant structural reforms are implemented by the government, which looks unlikely.

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...In March ----, Croatia and Slovenia solved a banking dispute stemming from the breakup of Yugoslavia, clearing the way for Slovenia to ratify its neighbour s EU accession, which happened on July ----. High capital adequacy ratios imply the banking sector is relatively well positioned to deal with any potential credit shocks. ...In March ----, Croatia and Slovenia solved a banking dispute stemming from the breakup of Yugoslavia, clearing the way for Slovenia to ratify its neighbour s EU accession, which happened on July ----. High capital adequacy ratios imply the banking sector is relatively well positioned to deal with any potential credit shocks. The sector s loan-to-deposit ratio is shrinking, and is expected to remain below --- for the foreseeable future. ...High capital adequacy ratios imply the banking sector is relatively well positioned to deal with any potential credit shocks. The sector s loan-to-deposit ratio is shrinking, and is expected to remain below --- for the foreseeable future.

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