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CROATIA UNDER PRESSURE TO CONTROL COMMERCIAL CRIME AS EU ENTRY BECKONS

BY MARK ROWE
CROATIA’S application to join the European Union (EU) has been far from plain sailing. Corruption, commercial crime and general unease about the judicial reform have been cited among reasons for delays to Croatia’s accession. But is Croatia’s commercial crime record so much worse than that of the EU’s newest members, Bulgaria and Romania?…

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SEAMLESS IRON STEEL PIPES EU ANTI DUMPING DUTIES CROATIA ROMANIA RUSSIA UKRAINE

BY KEITH NUTHALL

THE EUROPEAN Commission has proposed that definitive anti-dumping duties are imposed on imports into the European Union (EU) of certain seamless iron or steel pipes and tubes from Croatia, Romania, Russia and Ukraine.

These would expand earlier duties covering pipes and tubes of iron or non-alloy steel – excluding alloy steel – although tariffs on Russian and Romanian exports were suspended in 2004.…

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DUTY INCREASE: UKRAINE

BY KEITH NUTHALL
THE EUROPEAN Commission has proposed increasing anti-dumping duties on Ukraine exports into the European Union (EU) of certain seamless pipes and tubes of iron or non-alloy steel from 38.5% to 64.1%. This follows a Commission review requested by the Defence Committee of the Seamless Steel Tube Industry of the European Union, which also examined dumping duties on the same product from Croatia.…

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EBRD: CROATIA/RUSSIA

BY KEITH NUTHALL
THE EUROPEAN Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will lend up to Euro 35 million to Croatian supermarket chain Getro, helping it add nine more stores to its current 15. Although this expansion will be in Croatia, the company will also use the money to explore moving into neighbouring Serbia & Montenegro and Bosnia & Herzegovina.…

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CROATIA REFORMS

BY KEITH NUTHALL
JUDICIAL reform is the number one priority for Croatia’s bid to improve its civil, government and business systems to prepare for European Union (EU) membership, said a new report. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’s (EBRD) 2004 Transition Report has highlighted Croatia’s establishment of a Judicial Academy, in cooperation with the Law School of Zagreb University and its Supreme Court.…

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DUBROVNIK CRUISES

BY KEITH NUTHALL
THE NUMBER cruise companies that can include the historic Croatian city of Dubrovnik on their itineraries will rise because of a redevelopment of its port, funded by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). It is planning to lend Euro 26.5…

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CROATIA TRIALS

BY KEITH NUTHALL
A TRAINING programme for Croatian judges and prosecutors has been launched involving the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), to enable some of its war crimes cases to be heard in Croatia. The move will help ease the workload of the United Nations-backed tribunal which has been given until 2010 to wind up, preferably by 2008.…

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CROATIA LOAN

BY KEITH NUTHALL
THE EUROPEAN Bank for Reconstruction and Development and Croatia’s Zagrebacka Banka (ZABA) have created a risk-sharing loan facility for Croatian food processors, producers and traders totalling Euro 71.4 million.…

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CROATIA LOAN

BY KEITH NUTHALL
THE EUROPEAN Bank for Reconstruction and Development and Croatia’s Zagrebacka Banka (ZABA) have created a risk-sharing loan facility for Croatian food processors, producers and traders totalling Euro 71.4 million.…

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CROATIA GAS - EIB

BY KEITH NUTHALL
THE EUROPEAN Investment Bank wants to lend up to Euro 95 million to state-owned Croatian gas utility Plinacro to modernise the country’s gas transmission system. The money would be spent on building a new 180 km trunk pipeline from Zagreb to Slavonski Brod, supplying eastern Croatia and a 192 km trunk pipeline from coastal Pula to Karlovac, near Zagreb, connecting networks to offshore Adriatic gas fields and Italy.…

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