Croatian retail growth slows in July



Croatia’s retail sales volume rose 3.3% real year on year in July, following a 3.8% increase in June, the Zagreb-based Croatian Bureau of Statistics (Crostat) said on Tuesday. citing figures corrected for working days.

Non-food sales increased by 3.4% and those of food, beverages and tobacco by 1.2%.

On a monthly basis, the volume of retail sales adjusted for seasonal and working day variations increased by 0.2% in real terms in July, after falling by 1% in June.


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