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Zaduženost Republike Hrvatske i zemalja srednje i istočne Europe

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  • Vlatka Bilas

    () (Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb)

  • Sanja Franc

    () (Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb)

  • Vanja Cvitković

    ()

Abstract

Zaduženost tranzicijskih zemalja posljedica je njihove veće potrošnje od proizvodnje i štednje. Cilj rada je dati točan i precizan pregled zaduživanja Republike Hrvatske i odabranih zemalja Srednje i Istočne Europe te utvrditi granice održivog zaduživanja tih zemalja pomoću odabranih pokazatelja inozemne zaduženosti. Osim Hrvatske, analizom su obuhvaćene sljedeće zemlje: Bugarska, Češka, Mađarska, Rumunjska, Slovačka i Slovenija. Inozemni dug u Hrvatskoj, ali i u ostalim promatranim zemljama, ima tendenciju vrlo rapidnog rasta, bez ikakve naznake da bi se to u budućnosti moglo promijeniti. Situacija u Hrvatskoj je zabrinjavajuća jer ona ima najviši udio inozemnog duga u prihodima od izvoza roba i usluga, visoki udio vanjskog duga u BDP-u, visoki inozemni dug i visoki inozemni dug per capita te bi stoga svako daljnje zaduživanje trebalo ograničiti jer postoji opasnost od nemogućnosti servisiranja inozemnog duga.

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  • Vlatka Bilas & Sanja Franc & Vanja Cvitković, 2011. "Zaduženost Republike Hrvatske i zemalja srednje i istočne Europe," EFZG Working Papers Series 1102, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb.
  • Handle: RePEc:zag:wpaper:1102
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    Keywords

    inozemni dug; pokazatelji inozemne zaduženosti; Republika Hrvatska; odabrane zemlje Srednje i Istočne Europe;

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