Croatia is a high-income country with a small-sized economy, located in Eastern Europe. Croatia has the world’s 72nd largest economy by nominal GDP.
According to the IMF1, in 2013, Croatia’s GDP was USD 58.06 billion. Croatia's GDP grew at -1.00% in 2013. Current GDP per capita, in purchasing power-adjusted dollar terms, is USD 16,831.66.
The most recent figure for inflation in Croatia, as measured by the change in consumer price index, was 2.21% in 2013, versus 3.42% in 2012. The unemployment rate in Croatia in Mar-2014 was 22.30%, versus 22.70% in Feb-2014.
Croatia's economy is predominantly services-based. Agriculture accounts for 4.99% of GDP and employs 13.70% of the population. Manufacturing and industry accounts for 26.26% of GDP and employs 27.40% of the population. The service sector accounts for 68.75% of the GDP and employs 58.70% of the population.
Croatia's government revenue, in 2013, was 37.92% of GDP while its government spending was 43.46% of GDP. Croatia's government debt, as of n.a., is n.a.% of GDP.
Croatia's currency is the Croatian Kuna (HRK). The latest exchange rate, as of 23-Jul-2014, is 5.64 HRK per 1 USD.
This is a collection of facts and statistics on Croatia’s economy. It includes up to date time-series data on indicators such as assets, GDP, unemployment rates, M2, inflation and more. All economy statistics from Quandl come with full historical data that can be downloaded, embedded, graphed or accessed via our API. Clicking on any economy statistic or graph will allow you to view the entire data history as a time series.
Detailed topic page: Croatia Economic Growth
Croatia economic growth data includes gross domestic product for Croatia, real GDP, and various other indicators and breakdowns measuring change in market value of goods and services in Croatia
Detailed topic page: Croatia Unemployment and Labour
Croatia unemployment data includes the unemployment rates, labour participation rates, youth unemployment rates and various other unemployment statistics.
Detailed topic page: Croatia Inflation
Croatia inflation data includes the consumer price index for Croatia, the GDP deflator, and various indexes measuring the cost of living.
Croatia asset markets data includes exchange rates, lending and stock market indexes.
Government finances data for Croatia includes government spending, government revenue and government debt in Croatia.
Industrial and business data for Croatia includes industrial production and household consumption.
Data on the agriculture, industrial and service sectors in Croatia.
Trade data for Croatia includes imports, exports and reserves.
The balance of payments in Croatia is the record of all economic transactions between the residents of a foreign country.
Data relating to taxes, tax rates and share of revenues, in Croatia.
Croatia economy data on Quandl comes from a variety of reliable sources, including the World Bank, the United Nations, Open Data for Africa, Rate Inflation, and individual central banks and government statistical agencies. If there's some other dataset or source you'd like added to this page, please email me.
This page was created by Chris Stevens for Quandl.