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GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT - FIRST ESTIMATE


Since the first quarter of 2017, data related to the first estimate of quarterly gross domestic product
have been published in the regular First Release No. 12.1.1.

 

AVERAGE NET EARNINGS


The average monthly paid off net earning per person in paid employment in legal entities of the Republic of Croatia
for September 2017 amounted to 5 958 kuna.

 

AVERAGE GROSS EARNINGS


The average monthly gross earning per person in paid employment in legal entities in the Republic of Croatia
for September 2017 amounted to 7 989 kuna.
 

CONSUMER PRICE INDICES


Prices of goods and services for personal consumption, measured by consumer price indices,
- in October 2017,increased by 0.4%, at the average as compared to September 2017
- increased by 1.4%, as compared to October 2016

REGISTERED UNEMPLOYMENT RATE


The registered unemployment rate for October 2017 was 11.6%.
 

FOREIGN TRADE IN GOODS OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA
January - September 2017 1)


The First Results of foreign trade in goods statistics of the Republic of Croatia may differ from data issued in the standard first release entitled “Foreign Trade in Goods of the Republic of Croatia, January - September 2017” (publishing date: 7 December 2017) in printed form and at the website of the Croatian Bureau of Statistics (www.dzs.hr).

1. FOREIGN TRADE IN GOODS OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA, KUNA

Thousand kuna
  Jan - Sep 2016 Jan - Sep 2017

 Exports2)

66 555 005 75 457 364

       EU Member States2)

44 699 903 48 689 660

       Non-EU Member States

21 855 101 26 767 704

 Imports2)

109 765 892 121 031 980

       EU Member States2)

86 128 006 94 019 453

       Non-EU Member States

23 637 886 27 012 528

 Balance of foreign trade in goods

-43 210 887 -45 574 616

 Coverage of import by export, %

60,6 62,3
 
1) Provisional data
2) Including the estimate of the trade value below the exemption threshold for January 2016. to August 2017. The estimate of the trade value below the exemption threshold for September 2017 is included in the First Release No. 4.2.1/9. (publishing date: 7 December 2017).

 
RETAIL TRADE TURNOVER IN SEPTEMBER 2017


I The retail trade turnover in real terms, generated in September 2017 by all business entities engaged in that activity irrespective of their main activity, was by 4.3% higher than in September 2016 (working-day adjusted data).
Compared to August 2017, it was in real terms by 1.6% lower (seasonally and working-day adjusted data).

II The total retail trade turnover in real terms, generated in September 2017 by all business entities with the retail trade as their main activity (retail traders), was by 3.7% higher than in September 2016 (working-day adjusted data).
Compared to August 2017, it was in real terms by 1.8% lower (seasonally and working-day adjusted data).
 

      IX. 2017.1)
  VIII. 2017.
  IX. 2017. 2)
IX. 2016.
I.- IX. 2017. 2)
I.- IX. 2016.
   IX. 2017. 3)
  VIII. 2017.
     IX. 2017. 3)
  IX. 2016.
   I.- IX. 2017. 3)
I.- IX. 2016.

I. RETAIL TRADE TURNOVER

- In nominal terms

99.0

106.5 107.5

85.7

106.5

107.1

- In real terms

98.4

104.3 105.2

84.1

104.3

104.8

II. RETAIL TRADE – DIVISION 47 TOTAL

- In nominal terms

98.7

105.9 106.7

87.1

105.9

106.4

- In real terms

98.2

103.7 104.5

85.4

103.7

104.1

1) Seasonally and working-day adjusted indices.
2) Working-day adjusted.
3) Gross, non-adjusted indices.

  

TOURIST ACTIVITY OF POPULATION OF REPUBLIC OF CROATIA, 2014


There were 1.8 million, or 49%, of the Croatian population aged 15 and over who went in 2014 for at least one personal trip with overnight stay. There was the total of 6.6 million personal trips, of which 4.6 million (70%) took place in Croatia and 2 million (30%) abroad. The most visited country during those trips was Bosnia and Herzegovina (23%), followed by Austria and Slovenia (13% each), Italy (9%) and Germany (8%).
 

1. Trips with overnight stays, 2014 1)

Number of trips
('000)
Number of nights
('000)
Total expenditure
(mln kuna)
Average number of nights per trip Average expenditure per trip
(kuna)
Average daily expenditure
(kuna)
Total

8 173

47 940

14 489

5,9

1 773

302

  Personal

6 650

37 422

9 858

5,6

1 482

263

    In Croatia

4 624

24 557

4 236

5,3

916

172

    Abroad

2 026

12 865

5 622

6,3

2 775

437

  Professional/Business

1 524

10 518

4 631 6,9 3 039 440
    In Croatia

787

3 483

1 093 4,4 1 389 314
    Abroad

737

7 035

3 537 9,5 4 801 503

1) Some totals do not add up due to rounding. Averages were calculated on the whole-number basis.
 

2. Same-day visits, 2014 1)

Number of visits
('000)
Total expenditure
(mln kuna)
Average expenditure per visit
(kuna)
Total

12 979

5 483

422

  Personal

11 319

4 743

419

    In Croatia

9 669

3 683

381

    Abroad

1 651

1 060

642

  Professional/Business

1 659

740 446
    In Croatia

1 435

598 417
    Abroad

224

142 633

1) Some totals do not add up due to rounding. Averages were calculated on the whole-number basis.
 

LABOUR FORCE SURVEY


WORKING AGE POPULATION, BY ACTIVITY AND SEX

'000

  I. – III.
2016.1)
IV. – VI.
2016.1)
VII. – IX.
2016.1)
X. – XII.
2016.1)
I. – III.
2017.
IV. – VI.
2017.
Total
Working age population (15+)

3 574

3 568

3 563

3 558

3 553

3 548

  Labour force

1 824

1 843

1 829

1 824

1 798

1 834

    Persons in employment

1 544

1 607

1 629

1 579

1 545

1 633

    Unemployed persons

280

236

200

244

253

201

  Inactive population

1 749

1 725

1 734

1 734

1 755

1 714

%

Activity rate 51,1 51,7 51,3 51,3 50,6 51,7
Employment/population ratio 43,2 45,0 45,7 44,4 43,5 46,0
Employment/population ratio (15 - 64) 55,0 57,4 58,4 56,8 55,9 59,2
Unemployment rate 15,4 12,8 10,9 13,4 14,1 11,0
Unemployment rate (15 - 64) 15,6 13,0 11,1 13,5 14,1 11,1

Men

Working age population (15+) 1 706 1 703 1 701 1 699 1 696 1 694
  Labour force 979 985 987 984 972 992
    Persons in employment 825 863 889 864 842 890
    Unemployed persons 154 122 98 120 130 102
  Inactive population 727 718 714 715 724 703

%

Activity rate 57,4 57,8 58,0 57,9 57,3 58,5
Employment/population ratio 48,4 50,7 52,3 50,9 49,6 52,5
Employment/population ratio (15 - 64) 58,5 61,5 63,7 61,9 60,9 64,7
Unemployment rate 15,7 12,4 9,9 12,2 13,4 10,2
Unemployment rate (15 - 64) 16,0 12,6 10,1 12,3 13,4 10,3

Women

Working age population (15+) 1 868 1 865 1 862 1 859 1 857 1 854
  Labour force 846 858 843 840 825 843
    Persons in employment 719 744 740 716 703 743
    Unemployed persons 126 114 102 125 122 100
  Inactive population 1 022 1 007 1 019 1 019 1 031 1 012

%

Activity rate 45,3 46,0 45,3 45,2 44,5 45,4
Employment/population ratio 38,5 39,9 39,8 38,5 37,9 40,1
Employment/population ratio (15 - 64) 51,4 53,3 53,2 51,8 51,0 53,7
Unemployment rate 14,9 13,3 12,2 14,8 14,8 11,8
Unemployment rate (15 - 64) 15,1 13,4 12,3 15,0 14,9 12,0
 
1) Due to the availability of new and more up-to-date estimates of the total population, the data for 2016 were revised on 24 March 2017 in order to harmonise them with demographic data of the Republic of Croatia.

INDICATORS OF POVERTY AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION, 2016.1)


At-risk-of-poverty rate, %

19,5

 

At-risk-of-poverty threshold, kuna

 

    One-person household

25 470

    Household consisting of two adults and two children

53 487

 

People at risk of poverty or social exclusion, %

28,5

People severely materially deprived (4 or more items), %

12,9

People living in households with very low work intensity, %

14,4

 

Inequality of income distribution – quintile share ratio (S80/S20)

5,0

Gini coefficient

29,7


1) First results are being published now due to the need to shorten deadlines, while final data will be published on 20 September 2017 according to the Calendar of Statistical Data Issues for 2017. Micro-data, on the basis of which first results have been calculated, are still being processed. Therefore, there is a possibility for final data to be changed.

 

POPULATION CHANGE IN THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA, 2016


Live births

37 537

Deaths

51 542

Natural growth

-14 005

Marriages

20 467

Divorces

7 036

Immigrants

13 985

Emigrants

36 436

Net migration with foreign countries

-22 451

Population on 31 December 2016

4 154 213