The Republic of Croatia Tourism Recovery

In 1991, executives who in 1997 founded Global Communicators, LLC, were retained by the Government of the Republic of Croatia and the Ministry of Tourism to stem the breakdown of the tourism industry in Croatia as a result of the war waged by Serbia against the breakaway republics that comprised former Yugoslavia.

Virtually overnight in 1991 following the military onslaught by the Yugoslav army, the tourism sector tumbled from the largest economic sector, reaching US$5 billion annually, to almost zero. The country with 1,000 islands along its 3,625 miles (5,835 km) of Adriatic coastline depended on tourism for its livelihood.

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