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Increasing number of Croats shopping in Slovenia

After the country joined the Eurozone

23 January, 14:28
(ANSA) - BELGRADE, JAN 23 - Croatian customers have been keeping store owners in the Slovenian town of Brezice busy in the first month of the new year, according to the Slovenian news agency STA. Croatia, which joined the eurozone on January 1, has seen significant increases in the prices of several products since then. People from Zagreb travel to Brezice to buy cheaper groceries and other products that are not available or are significantly more expensive in Croatia, with some claiming to save more than 100 euros per full shopping cart by purchasing in Slovenia, according to STA. The majority of shoppers purchase staple foods such as flour, pasta, coffee, dairy products, and other groceries. (ANSA).

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