The strengthening of entrepreneurship, the reduction of taxes, increasing employment, the strengthening of the social security system, the reduction of state spending and an increased emphasis on the role of science and new technologies in the economy, are the main priorities of the Government’s economic policy.
The realisation of new economic development is critical for the maintenance of a high rate of growth of national product. This must be the common goal of all institutions of the state as partners in the economy. A high growth rate of Gross Domestic Product will be achieved by an increase in competitiveness and flexibility of all markets, especially the labour market.
The policy to achieve a high growth rate is reflected in the legislative and regulatory environment governing the investment climate in Croatia. The Investment Promotion Act and the Regulation on Investment Incentives, are of particular importance in this context.