by Mladen Vedriš At the beginning of this year, Croatia began yet another fresh start. The turn of the economy has (finally) come. The independence of the state in 1990, the international recognition of its sovereignty in 1992 and the liberation of its own temporarily occupied territory in 1995 are all significant dates in recent […]

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