Croatia: Exporter Guide

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Croatia imports a significant portion of food to meet domestic demand. Continuing economic reforms, as a result of EU accession, and growing tourism make Croatia a potential market for certain U.S. food products, such as snack foods, fish products, pet food, wine, and tree nuts. The COVID-19 pandemic will have a short-term negative impact on all economic indicators, but they are expected to rebound when the pandemic is manageable. This report’s statistical data were updated in September 2020.

Croatia: Exporter Guide

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