Croatian Kuna

Croatian Kuna

Croatian Kuna overview

The kuna is the currency of Croatia, in use since 1994 (sign: kn; code: HRK). It is subdivided into 100 lipa. The kuna is issued by the Croatian National Bank and the coins are minted by the Croatian Monetary Institute. The word "kuna" means "marten" in Croatian since it is based on the use of marten pelts as units of value in medieval trading. The word lipa means "linden (lime) tree", a species that was traditionally planted around marketplaces in Croatia and elsewhere in the Austro-Hungarian Empire during the early modern period.

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Croatian Kuna news

Set of Tax Changes Presented in Croatian Parliament

A set of tax changes presented in parliament on Thursday by Finance Minister Zdravko Marić sparked a heated debate, with the opposition and the ruling majority criticising one another.

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Croatia's CERP accepts Jadran's binding bid for Club Adriatic

ZAGREB (Croatia), November 13 (SeeNews) - Croatia's centre for enterprise restructuring and privatisation, CERP, has accepted the binding bid of&n

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Government Defends Disappointing Absorption of EU Funds

Jutarnji List daily said today that this year the Croatian government would absorb 2.7 billion euro less than planned from EU funds. Agriculture Minister Tomislav Tolušić said that the money available should be absorbed by 2023.

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Children Adoption Issues in Focus

More than 3,000 Croatian children are currently in the alternative care system, 413 of them are fit for adoption while the number of potential adoptive families stands at 1,316.

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Croatia's INA, PPD acquire 54.5% stake in Petrokemija

ZAGREB (Croatia), November 9 (SeeNews) - Croatian fertiliser producer Petrokemija [ZSE:PTKM-R-A] said oil and gas company INA [ZSE:INA-R-A] and l

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Deposits in Croatian banks grow in September

ZAGREB (Croatia), November 8 (SeeNews) - Total deposits in Croatian banks increased to 288 billion kuna ($44.2 billion/38.7 billion euro) at the

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