Uljanika reported on the Zagreb Stock Exchange this morning that their account was blocked and negotiations were underway with the administrator that the account is unblocked. As Hina has learned, the account was blocked by one of the companies owned by the Đuro Đaković group, which is privately owned. Now the account is unblocked, Hina learns from that source, adding that “unless it reaches others surprise during the day, salaries should be placed on the account of workers tomorrow. “Minister of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Crafts Darko Horvat said on Thursday that the blockade was” removed “and he was convinced that he would start tomorrow payment of wages to workers of Uljanik group.When the journalist asks whether employees of Uljanik will receive salaries tomorrow, Horvat said: “In the words of the Mayor of Pula (Boris Mileti a) and citing him, I do not believe until I see that Uljanik’s workers will not pay money and pay for February 2019 calendar Cute. “He added that the blockages happened and that they were” removed “and expressed the conviction that payments would begin on tomorrow pays. Premijer Andrej Plenković on Thursday addressed the situation in Uljanik at the beginning of the session, saying that a model was found to pay wages to Uljanik workers in July and August.
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He pointed out that this solution is right and fair and that the Government “It is important that in the next few weeks we all see the future proposed by the Management Board of the restructuring plan and a strategic reflection on how to continue with sustainable shipbuilding, which means a lot for Istria County, the city of Pula, Primorsko -Gorga county and Rijeka, of course, also for the shipyards that operate in Split and Trogir, and we will be discussing this debate at the session of the Government in Pula, to be held on September 13, “Plenković concluded.
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The unexpected growth of the economy in the second quarter of 2.9 percent surprised many, and even the Government. She feared that the appreciable slowdown in GDP that Croatia faced last winter would undermine her plans and reduce budget revenues. Since in the summer, as usual, the economy is again growing significantly, the government believes that the expected 2.8 percent growth by the end of the year will still be achieved. There is no doubt that Croatia is constantly pulling out tourism, although the economy has been very much contributing to exports in the second quarter.
However, there is no guarantee that the mild economic recovery of the country, recorded in the last three and a half years, will take. The economy of the European Union, for which Croatia is umbilical, slows down its pace. External incentives for February 2019 calendar Cute growth are weaker, and domestic incentives in the country are even smaller. No one, not even the Government, should be fooled by data on the growth of the Croatian economy, at the moment better than the EU average, because under the surface some deeply worrying processes are going on.