Four More Significant Price Hikes Coming for Croatian Residents

Lauren Simmonds

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As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, the fact that Croatian residents are expecting major economic and social blows to continue as we move forward has been evidenced, among other things, by all of the upcoming price increases that were announced in just one day, according to a report from Index.


The media has unfortunately announced a drastic increase in fuel prices in Croatia for next week.

Next week, a litre of diesel will increase significantly – by 83 lipa per litre – and the new price will be around 13.97 kuna. For a litre of petrol, Croatian residents will have to pay 70 lipa more, meaning that one litre of petrol will cost 14.56 kuna. In addition to that, the price of blue diesel will increase by 84 lipa, the price of a litre of blue diesel will therefore be 10.09 kuna.

Telecom services

All three leading telecom companies in Croatia, it seems, have decided to increase the price of at least some of their services. These price increases should become evident as of July the 1st, 2022, and, according to the information available so far, they’re primarily related to mobile services.


Heating price hikes for the residents of Zagreb, Osijek, Sisak, Velika Gorica, Samobor and Zapresic have also been announced, as was reported by HRT.

Vehicle registration procedures

Of all the announced price increases for the country in the last 24 hours, the fourth regards the procedures surrounding vehicle registration.

Car registration could increase by about thirty kuna, due to additional insurance needing to be taken out in the case of incidents with wild animals on the country’s roads. In the first tender, the Ministry of Agriculture failed to contract a single insurance policy with insurance companies that believe that the offered 40 million kuna is not enough to cover the total damages this type of road accident incurs.

For more on inflation, make sure to check out our dedicated lifestyle section.


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