Croatia non-central govt deposit, loan up in January
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The deposits of Croatia's non-central government sector increased by 10.8% year-on-year and dipped by 0.1% month-on-month in January, reaching HRK 365.9 billion (EUR 48 billion), central bank figures show.
At the end of January, deposits of corporations amounted to HRK 94.1 billion, 14.8% higher year-on-year but down 3.9% month-on-month.
Loans to Croatia's non-central government sector, meanwhile, increased by 3.2% annually in January, reaching HRK 239.1 billion (EUR 32 billion).
Corporate loans totaled HRK 86 billion at the end of January, 0.4% higher on year, and flat on month.
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