SEE Data

Southeast Europe

Depending on the point of view, but we like it all from Istanbul to Ljubljana.

Current platform capacity in Slovenia, Croatia & Serbia:

 

  Croatia Serbia Slovenia
       
Population (mil) 4 9 2
Population growth (%) -0.5 -0.5 0.0
Tourists (mil) 16.6 1.7 4.4
GDP (bil $) 60 51 54
FDI (mil $) 1,365 4,281 910
Market cap (%GDP) 37 4 15
Agri, fish & forest (%GDP) 2.8 6.2 2.0
Public debt (%GDP) 78 62 75
Sovereign risk (rating) BBB- BB+ AA-
Big mac index (undervalue/$) -42 n/a -16
Unemployment rate (%) 12 13 9
Major produce 1 maize maize cow milk
Major produce 2 sugar beet wheat maize
Major produce 3 wheat sugar beet grapes
Major mineral 1 bauxite copper aluminum
Major mineral 2 bentonite lead bentonite
Major mineral 3 gypsum zinc salt
       
Political rights & civil liberties (/100) 85 66 94
Internet freedom (/100) n/a n/a n/a
Democracy score (/100) 54 49 82
Political stability index (/100) 65 56 74
Global peace index (rank/163) 26 51 11
Global health index (rank/195) 38 41 12
Human development index (rank/189) 46 63 24
Competitiveness index (rank/141) 63 72 35
Global talent competitiveness index (rank/132) 59 58 31
Global inovation index (rank/131) 41 53 32
ICT development index (rank/176) 36 55 33
Global cybersecurity index (rank/175) 24 58 48
Digital competitiveness ranking (rank/63) 52 n/a 31
Financial secrecy index (rank/133) 93 n/a 128
Real estate transparency index (rank/99) 46 54 50
Corruption perceptions index (rank/198) 63 91 35
Doing business index (rank/190) 51 44 37
Area (rank/194) 124 111 150
       

 

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