Croatia in EU from 1st July

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Re: Croatia in EU from 1st July

Postby Johanna » 2013-07-03, 19:56

Bulgaria is a newer destination for us.
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Re: Croatia in EU from 1st July

Postby IpseDixit » 2013-07-03, 22:19

Over here this news has gone unheard...

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Re: Croatia in EU from 1st July

Postby Lietmotiv » 2013-07-08, 7:51

Levente.Maier wrote:For us Romanians the favourite has been Bulgaria.

But from now on I think Hrvatska.

Bulgaria is kinda low-cost, the sea-Side south of Nesebar to Turkey is pretty nice.
Croatia is very nice, many Germans go there.
My favourite sea-side destination is the Balkans is Montenegro, however.

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Re: Croatia in EU from 1st July

Postby Multiturquoise » 2013-08-25, 14:53

I'm happy for Croatian people. I saw in a newspaper that people in Croatia want Turkey's entrance to the union instead Croatia's entrance to the union.

I've also changed my opinion about Turkey's EU membership, I hope we will enter the union in the future.

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Re: Croatia in EU from 1st July

Postby Ludwig Whitby » 2013-08-25, 15:11

Levente wrote:Wellcome Croatia, you're Europe's new holiday destination. :)

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Re: Croatia in EU from 1st July

Postby TeneReef » 2013-08-28, 22:15

Most people are kinda sad because Croatia entered the Union (myself included). :|
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Re: Croatia in EU from 1st July

Postby md0 » 2013-08-28, 22:24

EU is fine. It it still a net-positive influence. It's the Eurozone that needs reforms.
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Re: Croatia in EU from 1st July

Postby Levo » 2013-09-02, 11:59

TeneReef wrote:Most people are kinda sad because Croatia entered the Union (myself included). :|

Now you also occupied unchangably the place of yours in the hierarchy of global capitalism:
an erecting country, that produces cars, machinary and provides global services for a lower cost for global markets - like the rest of Central-Europe. Always only second. Never the country of innovation.

From now on, you can never give state support to a company, and can never input local money into research&development. You can never become the high-tech country with state support, with high valude-added jobs, as EU bans all these to its member states. Croatian companies are of course too weak to make all these on their own feet, so Croatia will always depend on foreign companies, and Croats will always depend on goods that needed English, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, etc... engineers, researchers, designers, who work for pretty expensive salaries compared to the Croatian consumer's wallet. Same here and other neighbouring countries.
Even though, I'm pro EU, since it has other benefits. Like, you can leave your country more easily.

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