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Who Will Profit Most from New GUP?

Investors, project designers and construction companies appear to have all gotten what they wanted from the new Urban Development Master Plan (GUP) – the opportunity to build throughout Zagreb in a much less constricted way. The paper lists the...

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Travel & Tourism

Tourism Doing Well Across the Board


Adriatic Luxury Hotels is already reporting a 10 to 15-percent increase in profits for this year, and has excellent advance bookings this summer and autumn. Overall, 13 percent more visitors have been recorded in Croatia so far this season and the...

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Croatia too Expensive for Tourists


Overpricing at hotels and resorts in Dubrovnik and Island Hvar is taking its toll: total occupancy at these two major destinations is down an incredible 48 percent. In general, Turkey, Malta and Slovenia have become more competitive than Croatia in...

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Tourists Choosing Cheaper Destinations


The unstable political situation in the region, climate changes and the sheer cost of Croatia compared with other destinations could avert some tourists this year.

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GTC to Build First 'Proper' Golf Course


The Israeli GTC is set to build what it calls the first 'proper' golf course in Croatia, along with a luxury hotel, condominiums and villas near Pula, which is expected to be a great asset for the Istrian tourist trade.

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Poor Tourist Profits


The tourism industry is not as profitable as the State is leading the public to believe. Even the high profile resorts are having a hard time making ends meet, the paper reports.

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Poor Profits from EUR 6.3 Billion in Tourist Revenue


In 2006, the tourist revenue totaled EUR 6.3 billion, but the hotel industry profits hovered around paltry 1 percent. The industry mostly blames the Government for the poor performance, citing the unresolved issue of property rights over the land...

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Tourist Cooperation with Germany


Croatia is becoming an increasingly popular destination for holidaying Germans. In fact, German investors are becoming increasingly interested in the possibility of greenfield investments in the tourist industry.

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Changing Threats to Tourist Industry


The Croatian tourism sector is lagging behind its major competitors in the Mediterranean, media warn. Archaic facilities and inadequate standards for tourism have made Croatia less competitive overall despite a solid market from neighboring countries.

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Croatia at BIT-Tourism Fair in Milan


The Croatian tourist industry will not suffer any consequences from the recent political squabble between Croatia and Italy, according to reports from the BIT-Tourism Fair in Milan.

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Croatia Prominent at C-B-R Tourist Fair


Croatian exhibit at the C-B-R tourist trade fair in Munich has been singled out from more than seventy countries that attended the fair, a repeat honor after just seven years. Bavarian Minister Edmund Stoiber attended along with Croatian PM Sanader....

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Investments in Tourist Industry


The Ministry of Tourism expects HRK 13.6 billion to be invested in the tourism sector this year, particularly in the construction and renovation of facilities. HRK 420 million will be spent on promotions and advertising, and Zagreb will be the top...

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Poorer Financial Results for Tourist Industry


According to a study by Raiffeisen Bank (RBA), the financial results reported by the tourist industry in 2006 were poorer than forecast, and problems are already appearing for the upcoming season. Total tourist numbers during the year did rise...

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Tourist 2007 Looking Good


The local tourist industry is already preparing itself for the upcoming season in Croatia - an estimated EUR 1.6 billion is being invested in tourist facilities at the moment. Most of the funds will be invested in improving the quality and standards...

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Jean-Francois Ott, "the Real Owner of Suncani Hvar"


Chairman of the Supervisory Board at the ORCO Group Jean Francois Ott is amazed at the negative attention his company is getting for its participation in the privatization of the Suncani Hvar tourist resort. Ott explains why he considers his company's...

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Interview with Group CEO Marko Vojkovic


Vojkovic talks about his plans to make Internet-based tourist agency one of top travel agencies in Europe, after already succeeding in becoming the leading travel agency in Southeast Europe. Vojkovic explains in detail how the company...

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Interview with Minister of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Tourism Bozidar


Quoting statistics, Kalmeta claims 2006 was another record year for domestic tourism and explains why. He lists the problems the industry faces for next year: insufficient capacities of hotels and marinas, poorly developed tourism in continental parts...

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Suncani Hvar Controversy


HSP fears that ORCO Group, the investor in the public-private partnership deal for the Suncani Hvar tourist resort, could easily take over the company via a recent wave of recapitalization. HSP's Tadic wants the matter discussed in Sabor. ORCO's...

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Orco Enters Istria


Orco Adriatic is entering the Istrian tourist market through a public-private partnership agreement with Zagreb Holding. Orco is interested in redeveloping an old camping site near Pula.

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High Prices Keep Dubrovnik Hotels Empty


Positive trends in the tourist industry in Dalmatia halted this year. Four hotels in Dubrovnik-Neretva County even record losses - Plat, Srebreno, Kolocep and Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik. The end of subsidies for organized tourist packages and the...

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Big Investment Plans in Sibenik-Knin County


In an effort to shake Sibenik's image as an industrial center, Sibenik City Council has embarked on a EUR-300 million project to re-brand the city as a major tourist destination. The Government in Zagreb has also pledged HRK 800 million for...

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