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Croatian tourism industry recorded a total of EUR 10.1bn in revenues last year, up 6.4% from the previouys year (EUR 9.5bn). “For the first time in Croatian tourism, revenue from foreign tourists exceeded EUR 10bn for the first time ever. When we add the revenue from the domestic tourists, the total figure amounts to EUR 12bn which is an excellent indicator”, said in a press release minister for tourism Gari Cappelli. According to the latest results from the Croatian Tourism Satellite Report (TSA) , the total spending of both foreign and domestic tourists reached EUR 10.4bn in 2016, representing 16%9 of Croatia’S GDP for that year.

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