In 2016, foreign direct investment to Croatia amounted to 1.7 bn EUR showing an increase of 9 times comparing to year 2015.
The investments in last year have been made in financial services, real estate, retail trade, construction of buildings and wholesale trade. The leading investors were Italy, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Germany and Sweden.
The cumulative amount of foreign investments from 1993 to 2016 amounts to 31 billion EUR with the Netherlands, Austria, Italy, Germany and Luxembourg as the leading investors, who invested mostly in financial sector, wholesale trade, real estate, telecommunications and retail trade.
More detailed statistics can be found on the Croatian National Bank website.