Dubrovnik-Neretva County has made a decision on the amount of tourist tax for 2021

first_imgAt the session of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County Assembly, the Decision on the amount of the tourist tax and the amount of the annual lump sum of the tourist tax for cities and municipalities in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County for 2021 was adopted. Source: Dubrovnik-Neretva County Attachment: Decision on the amount of tourist tax for 2021 in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County / Source: Dubrovnik-Neretva County In the City of Korčula in 2012, the tourist tax will amount to 14 kuna in season and 10 out of season, while the annual lump sum will be 500,00 kuna. Please find attached the Decision on the amount of tourist tax per person per night and the amount of the annual lump sum tourist tax for cities and municipalities in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County for 2021. center_img For the area of ​​the City of Dubrovnik, the fee per person from April 1 to September 30 will be 20 kuna, and for the rest of the period 14 kuna, while the annual flat rate tourist tax for accommodation in the household per accommodation unit will be 500 kuna. (Cities of Ploče, Metković and Opuzen, and municipalities of Blato, Dubrovnik littoral, Janjina, Kula Norinska, Konavle, Lastovo, Lumbarda, Mljet, Orebić, Slivno, Pojezerje, Smokvica, Ston, Trpanj, Vela Luka, Zažablje and Župa Dubrovačka) Photo: Pixabay.comlast_img read more

Quality labels for agricultural products from the Vrgorac area – Vrgorac quality

first_imgThe purpose of this label is to differentiate Vrgor products from the competition, to raise and maintain product quality and to encourage sales in the local, regional and national markets. As part of the label “Vrgorac Quality”, the official slogan was chosen – “From the heart of Vrgorac, our home.” “This will be one of the most important projects for our agriculture. In today’s competitive market, communication is becoming an increasingly important factor in successful business. When it comes to agri-food products and rural tourism services, the emphasis is on networking the offer, creating common labels and joint promotional activities. We worked for a year on a project that will help our farmers”, Announced the mayor of Vrgorac Ante Pranic. Each family that meets the criteria will receive a label, and the end of the label will be visible and the number of the family. Vrgorac products will soon receive a unique label “Vrgorac quality”. Vrgorac started this project in April 2019 in cooperation with four agricultural associations that total over 450 family farms, and it was presented to all agricultural producers.  Clusters, connectivity, quality standard, branding – this is the only real step towards the development of agriculture and tomorrow’s merger with tourism. Well done to Vrgorac, those who deal with market development are growing and developing. In the area of ​​the City of Vrgorac, agricultural production is extremely developed, and the most important products are strawberries, prosciutto, wine, peaches, nectarines, grapes, table grapes, vegetables and honey. They are among the leading areas in Croatia in terms of vines, prosciutto, strawberries and table grapes. The quality label will be able to be used on product packaging and labels and on promotional materials, and in the first phase the label will be awarded for strawberries and strawberry products, fresh fruits and vegetables and products made from their processing, honey and other bee products and wine and other products. of grapes and wine. Photo: City of Vrgorac, TZ Vrgorac,last_img read more

Call for initial requests to the FINA Measures portal

first_imgSUPPORT: Support to users in the registration process and during the work in the system will be provided by Fina and these questions are received at the e-mail address: meri.podrška@fina.hr.  liquidity and working capital loanspayment delayloan rescheduling Applying through the MEASURES portal does not imply automatic approval of loans to applicants for the initial application. The system collects applications centrally and, after checking the entered data, sends the data from the application to the banks. Each bank, upon receipt and processing of the data from the application, contacts the applicant of the measure and directly undertakes the further loan approval process in accordance with its criteria.  In the next few days, through the MEASURES portal, it will be possible to enter other necessary data necessary for banks to evaluate the requests for all three measures. It is recommended to all applicants to follow the notifications on the availability of notification of all measures through the MEASURES portal. The notice will be published on the websites of all involved institutions, and until then you can register in the system and enter basic information.  Applicants who can register for the mentioned measures on the MEASURES portal are companies, crafts, family farms whose business activities are endangered or completely disabled in the circumstances of the epidemic. Registration and registration of the applicant of the initial request on the MJERE portal is enabled via the link: https://gospodarskemjere.fina.hr. To be able to apply, applicants need to pre-register on the MEASURES portal. To register on the MEASURES portal, the applicant enters several basic data, after which it receives a link to activate the password to the e-mail address. During the preparation of registration data, the applicant on the MEASURES portal gives consent for the processing of personal and other data for the purpose of processing his application. After successfully registering, the user can log in to the system and start entering data for the economic operator for which he wishes to submit an initial request for the use of one of the measures.  FINA invites all economic entities in the Republic of Croatia whose business is endangered due to the COVID-19 pandemic (applicants) to initially apply for measures of the Government of the Republic of Croatia in order to preserve the level of economic activity and liquidity through a single online portal starting from 31 March 2020. established by Fina for this purpose (MEASURES portal) .1 / 1The mentioned measures available to the applicants through the MEASURE portal refer to the following: In order to be able to provide the necessary support in a timely manner, please follow all the accompanying guidelines for submitting an initial request on the MEASURES portal and follow the information that will be published on the website. IMPORTANT NOTES FOR APPLICANTS When submitting the initial request through the MEASURE portal, the applicant gives a statement guaranteeing the truthfulness and accuracy of the data, after which his application for the measure will be automatically submitted to the selected bank to the specific economic operator and the corresponding set of reported data. After the application of the initial request has been processed, the applicants continue the communication related to the realization of the request with the selected bank. Statement on the estimated decrease in income in 2020 compared to 2019,statement of declining revenues in the first quarter of 2020 compared to the same period in 2019iEstimated amount of credit required the following mandatory statements: Institutions to which the applicant’s initial requests on the MEASURES portal will be forwarded are all banks that have an approval to operate in the Republic of Croatia, HBOR, HAMAG-BICRO. In addition to banks, HBOR and HAMAG-BICRO, representatives of the Ministry of Finance, the Croatian National Bank and, of course, Fina also participate in the activities of establishing this unique online portal, given that the establishment of a single online MEASURE portal enables the implementation of their monitoring and reporting obligations. a measure to preserve the level of economic activity and liquidity, according to the existing mandates of the mentioned institutions. Functionality: Despite the circumstances, great efforts are being made to enable a complete online application process on the MEASURES portal, which will include all three measures for financial liquidity, and to provide the necessary assistance and support in the application process. From 31.03.2020. is available to applicants on the MEASURES portal: application option for measure liquidity and working capital loans registration in the system, data entry for the economic operator who is the subject of the application, the choice of the credit institution in which he wishes to have his application considered and  We refer future applicants to the MEASURES portal to familiarize themselves with the information available in mind Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), user instructions and video materials designed to facilitate the registration and application of the initial application. Source: koronavirus.hrlast_img read more

UHPA: Travel agencies have experienced a drop in traffic of more than 90%

first_imgCurrent issues, doubts and challenges faced by travel agencies, as well as the entire tourism sector were discussed. UHPA welcomed all the measures adopted so far to help the economy, as they largely reflected UHPA’s proposals to the Ministry of Tourism and the Government of the Republic of Croatia.  Tomislav Fain, UHPA “It is known that the agencies have been hit hard by the coronavirus crisis and, like all tourism, need help. Cumulatively, since the beginning of the crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, travel agencies have experienced a drop in traffic of more than 90%, which is certainly alarming and requires further assistance from the Government of the Republic of Croatia. We hope that the Government will continue with the measures until the spring of 2021, when we are still expecting improvements. “, pointed out Tomislav Fain, President of UHPA. On Thursday, June 18, 2020, the 42nd Assembly of the UHPA Professional Association and the 37th Assembly of the UHPA Association of Employers were held at the Westin Hotel in Zagreb. Despite everything, travel agencies as well as the entire industry with their current activities lay the foundations for the 2021 tourist season, which will be a real indicator of whether, and to what extent, we have recovered from the consequences of these current events. More than 90 participants, representatives of travel agencies that are members of UHPA, the Ministry of Tourism, the Croatian Tourist Board, and the Croatian Chamber of Commerce responded to the joint meeting and gathering of tourism workers. In order to succeed in this, the extension of the measure for the preservation of jobs as well as the postponement of the payment of other public benefits is of key importance for the maintenance of liquidity and the survival of agencies. “We welcome the opening of borders and the efforts being made to place the tourist image of Croatia as a safe destination throughout Europe, but care should certainly be taken to enable domestic travel agencies to re-establish business and comply with epidemiological recommendations. have airlines and foreign tour operators. “, concludes Fain.last_img read more

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