British Ambassador to Slovenia H.E. Sophie Honey hosted a cocktail reception at her residence to celebrate the launch of the 1st issue of The Diplomacy &Commerce Slovenia – the first and only diplomatic magazine in the country, published in partnership … Continue reading
Hong Kong Exchanges (HKEX) and Clearing has launched a takeover bid for London Stock Exchange Group, offering one of Europe’s largest exchanges £29.6 billion ($36.6 billion). The deal will be funded by a combination of existing cash and a new … Continue reading
Over 150 lecturers and panelists, five parallel halls, the first Weekend Masterclass at the Grand Park Hotel Rovinj and three days of rich festival content will mark the 12th edition of the largest communication festival in the region. Over 5000 … Continue reading
The Embassy of Republic of Korea in Zagreb and the Croatian-Korean Business Club hosted a ceremony of marking the fifth anniversary of Croatian-Korean Business Club.
Hrvatski Telekom (HT) has invested over 7.5 billion kuna (1 billion euro) in digital infrastructure in Croatia in the last four years, providing households, businesses and the public sector with better and faster access to the Internet and digital content, CEO … Continue reading
TripAdvisor has hit back at allegations that it is failing to stop a flood of fake reviews that artificially boost hotel ratings.
Based on criteria of quality of service, politeness and knowledge of what is being offered to shoppers and guests, Croatia ranked third among six countries in the region, while Slovenia ranked first, indicates a survey conducted by the Heraklea agency in cooperation … Continue reading
After on Tuesday the Ministry of finance auctioned off 32 million euro in treasury bills, at a negative interest rates of – 0.05%, Finance Minister Zdravko Marić welcomed the fact that the treasury bills were issued at a negative interest rate.
The fourth edition of ‘Light is Life’ will be held in Šibenik on August 28, 2019. It was this date, back in 1895, that marked the first day of the Jaruga Hydroelectric Power Plant being commissioned, the day when Šibenik, … Continue reading
Dubrovnik Airport was the fastest-growing airport in the Ex-Yu region in the first sixth months of 2019, adding 157,184 passengers during this period. Recall, on Friday, Dubrovnik handled its two-millionth passenger, which came 19 days earlier than 2018.