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Side dish: HGK / CRITICAL POINTS IN BUSINESS CONDITIONS IN CROATIA This report highlights the worst points in the business process in Croatia, which are, in addition to the above, obtaining building permits, obtaining loans and solving insolvency problems. Croatian entrepreneurs in all relevant surveys on the problems that represent the biggest obstacles in their business often state the administrative procedures they encounter when starting a business and during business, says the analysis of the Critical Point in business conditions in Croatia made by the Croatian Chamber of Commerce. They rate them as long-lasting, expensive and sometimes uncertain, and subject to frequent (small) changes that make planning difficult and cost and time-consuming for the company. It is more difficult for foreign investors to enter such a business environment, and domestic companies are less competitive in foreign markets. This analysis highlights the most critical points that put business conditions in Croatia at the bottom of the EU according to the World Bank’s (Doing Business Index) methodology, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce points out. Read the full report in the attachment.