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ZAGREB, Dec 20 The crisis management team at indebted Croatian food group Agrokor on Wednesday presented a first draft of a settlement with creditors which includes a debt-for-equity swap in a new holding owned by creditors and a debt write-off.
ZAGREB, Dec 14 The crisis management team running indebted Croatian food group Agrokor will next week present a first draft of a settlement with creditors which is likely to include a debt-for-equity swap and a considerable "haircut", its suppliers said.
ZAGREB, Nov 17 Thanks to its exposure to the Mediterranean sun and the pristine Adriatic Sea, Croatia secures almost 20 percent of its gross domestic product from tourism - but in stark contrast, it has practically neglected electricity production from solar power.
ZAGREB Insolvent Croatian food and retail conglomerate Agrokor [AGROK.UL] recognises creditor claims worth 41.2 billion kuna ($6.35 billion) but disputes other claims totalling 16.5 billion kuna, including that of Russia's Sberbank, its biggest single creditor, the administrator said on Thursday.
ZAGREB Croatia aims to become a euro zone member within the next seven to eight years, Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Monday.
ZAGREB Croatian firefighters battled for a full day to control a forest fire along the Adriatic coast that has damaged and destroyed buildings in villages around the city of Split, reaching the Split suburbs late on Monday. | Video
DUBROVNIK, Croatia Emerging Europe is facing increasing economic stresses that threaten to unwind some of the political progress made over the of past decades, a top International Monetary Fund official said on Tuesday.
ZAGREB, May 22 Local suppliers of Croatia's Agrokor said on Monday they would halt deliveries at the end of May to the indebted food and retail giant unless some debts were repaid and other cash due to them was treated as a priority for repayment.
ZAGREB Croatia's parliament elected a new speaker on Friday, in a sign the conservative HDZ party may be able to form a new coalition and avoid a snap election after the collapse of its alliance with the centre-right Most ("Bridge") party.
ZAGREB Croatia's Finance Minister Zdravko Maric survived a no-confidence vote on Thursday, but the razor-thin margin indicated conservative Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic faces a tough fight averting a snap election after the ruling coalition's collapse.
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