HRK


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HRK

Croatian Kuna currency. (The ISO 4217 currency code)

HRK

ISO 4217 code for the Croatian kuna. First issued in 1939 while Croatia was part of Yugoslavia, it was originally pegged at a dual exchange rate to the German reichsmark. Pulled from circulation in 1945, the kuna was reintroduced in 1994, replacing the Yugoslav dinar. The new kruna was introduced at an exchange rate of 1 kruna per 1000 dinars; it is a floating currency.
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The new contract is expected to generate over 100 million HRK in additional revenue in 2018 through the distribution of three new product categories Mars chocolate program, Mars food and Mars pet care.
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TV Int Trend has been launched for a promotional price of HRK 259/month (full price HRK 293) and provides 20 Mbps internet and a Basic TV package with over 100 TV channels.
Long-term loan to finance the projects of development and reconstruction of urban infrastructure in the amount of 20 million HRK equivalent of EUR, applying the middle exchange rate of the Croatian National Bank for EUR in accordance with the conditions set out in the bill of quantities and technical specification.