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Croatians spent almost half a billion Kunas more during the Christmas week than last year

By  Dec 29, 2016

According to the Department of Trade of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce (HGK) Croatian citizens spent almost half a billion Kunas more during the Christmas week this year than in the same period last year. 

By the 20th of December the consumption in Croatia reached 10,2 billion Kunas, however, these figures are expected to be even higher after a detailed analysis of the consumption in the Christmas week and in the last week of December when most people usually receive their Christmas bonuses.
''The largest part of the holiday budget is usually spent on toys, clothing and footwear, cosmetics and electronic devices, whilst every third Kuna is spent on food and beverages'', said Tomislava Ravlic, the assistant director of the HGK Trade Department adding that the consumption this year increased due to the payment rise in 2015 and increased consumer optimism.

It is interesting to note that the growth consumption of alcohol has been recorded in the category of food and beverages in December which only indicates that Croatian citizens, in accordance with their tradition, prefer to relax and have some fun during the festive season.
This year's consumption will surely be ''pushed'' even more with seasonal sales that have already begun and will last for two months.

The Voice of Dubrovnik

THE VOICE OF DUBROVNIK


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