The Croatian government said on Thursday, Dec 12 , the planned investments in the country in 2014 will total HRK 73.1bn ( EUR 9.6bn ), up from the anticipated HRK 66.6bn for 2013. Out of the planned amount in 2014, the state budget will invest HRK 7.2bn (up 40% y/y), public companies HRK 13.7bn (up 14% y/y) and HRK 52.2bn will come from the private sector (up 5.6% y/y). Railway infrastructure operator HZ Infrastruktura tops the state-owned firms in terms of planned investments for 2014 with HRK 2.7bn (up 42% y/y) followed by power utility group HEP with HRK 2.6bn (up 5% y/y) and motorway operator Hrvatske Ceste with planned investments of HRK 2.4bn (up 19% y/y). In the January- October 2013 period, the public companies in Croatia invested a combined HRK 8.3bn , 6.0% higher than in the same period 2012.
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