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BMI View: Croatia's food and drink sector will gradually recover in 2016 and
beyond, as domestic demand picks up following several years of contraction. While households will remain
highly price-conscious throughout our forecast period, the strong performance of the tourism industry
will bring some growth, especially in the alcoholic drinks sector.
Key Trends & Industry Developments
■ We forecast headline household spending to return to positive territory in
2016, although we caution that growth will remain low throughout our forecast period to 2020. Our long-term
consumer outlook is also negatively affected by negative long-term demographic dynamics, including
emigration and an aging population.
■ Despite an improving consumer outlook, households will remain highly
price-conscious as income growth will be weak, benefiting discount retail.
■ A bright spot for consumption will come from a thriving tourism industry,
which will be particularly favourable to the expansion of the alcohol segment.