Croatia retail sales drop in February
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Croatia's retail sales in volume terms dropped by a working day and seasonally adjusted 0.7% year-on-year in February, after a 1.9% increase in January, data from the Zagreb-based National Bureau of Statistics (Crostat) showed on Wednesday.
On a monthly basis, retail sales rose 0.9% in February, after a 3.2% decrease in the preceding month.
The retail trade turnover volume increased 1.6% monthly in February and rose 0.3% from a year ago.
In value terms, retail sales increased 8.1% annually in February and rose 2.4% from a month ago.
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