In 2017, 43% of the Croatian population went on private tripsThus, according to the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), in 2017, 1,6 million people or 43,1% of the Croatian population aged 15 and over were on at least one private multi-day trip.A total of 4,1 million private trips were made, of which 2,6 million (62,9%) were in Croatia and 1,5 million (37,1%) abroad. Most people traveled abroad to Bosnia and Herzegovina (20,8%), Italy (11,6%), Germany (10,9%), Austria (9,6%) and Slovenia (9,5%). The most common motives for going on a private multi-day trip are a vacation at sea (1,3 million trips or 32,1%) and a visit to relatives and friends (1,1 million trips or 28,3%).Most nights spent in non-commercial accommodation The population of Croatia made a total of 26,6 million overnight stays on private multi-day trips, of which 17,4 million overnight stays (65,2%) were realized in Croatia and 9,3 million (34,8%) on trips abroad. An average of 6,6 overnight stays were made per trip. On average, 6,8 nights were spent on trips in Croatia and 6,2 nights on trips abroad.According to the type of accommodation, most overnight stays were realized in non-commercial accommodation facilities (18,2 million overnight stays or 68,3%), of which 9,5 million overnight stays were with relatives and friends, and 8,3 million with own houses and holiday flats million overnight stays.Source: CBSThe average cost per trip was 1 kuna Total expenditures on private multi-day trips amounted to HRK 8,0 billion, of which HRK 3,5 billion (43,7%) in Croatia and HRK 4,5 billion (56,3%) abroad. The average cost per trip was 1 kuna.In 2017, 57% of the Croatian population did not travel, mostly for financial reasons In 2017, 2,1 million or 56,9% of the Croatian population aged 15 and over did not travel on private multi-day trips. The most common reasons for not going on private multi-day trips (possibility of multiple answers) were: lack of financial resources (55,2%), health reasons (25,6%) and lack of free time due to family obligations (19,9%).In 2017, 8% of the Croatian population went on business trips In 2017, 301 thousand people or 8,3% of the population of Croatia aged 15 and over were on at least one business multi-day trip. A total of 842 thousand business trips were made, of which 424 thousand trips (50,4%) were in Croatia and 418 thousand (49,6%) abroad.Source: CBS4,3 million day trips made In 2017, the population of Croatia aged 15 and over made 4,3 million one-day trips, of which 3,8 million (88,8%) were private and 485 thousand (11,2%) business.
Timothy J. “Tim” Bitter, of Brookville, was born in Winter Haven, Florida on February 14, 1952, a son to Ervin J. and Dorothy Wurth Bitter. He served his country with the Army National Guard of Ohio and later worked at Emery Industries in Cincinnati and Owens-Corning of Brookville. He was a member of the Harrison and Fairfield gun clubs and enjoyed hunting, fishing, and gardening. On Sunday, April 7, 2019 at the age of 67, Tim passed away at his residence.Those surviving who will cherish Tim’s memory include his siblings, Barbara (Lou) Jungkunz of Cincinnati, Shirley Klems of Cincinnati, Lois Ann (Roy) Verderber of Dunsford, VA, Nancy Blum of Cincinnati, Mary Lou Uthus of Keysville, VA, Ervin “Jim” (Rita) Bitter of Leesburg, FL, Judy (Bob) Dubose of Cincinnati, and John (Peggy) Bitter of Orlando, FL. Besides his parents he was preceded in death by his nephew, Roy Verderber, and two brothers-in-law, Larry Klems and Bob Blum.Friends may visit with the family from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 11, 2019 at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville. Burial with military honors provided by the Bernard Hurst Post #77, Brookville American Legion will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery.Memorial donations can be directed to FC CAN. To sign the online guestbook or to leave personal memories please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger is honored to care for the family of Tim Bitter.
Related Articles Share TVBET passes GLI test for five live games in Malta and Italy August 25, 2020 CT Gaming bolsters Italian profile with The Betting Coach August 27, 2020 Submit StumbleUpon Italian bookmakers face cruel summer as ADM sanctions shop closures July 27, 2020 Share Whatever form the next Italian government takes following this March’s ground-breaking general election results, Italy’s new political taskmasters’ will have to revamp the country’s existing gambling framework.A coalition government, led by the legislative novices of the 5-Star Movement has a daunting task in creating a more cohesive industry framework, in-line with business provisions set out by Italy’s new ‘Stability Law of 2017’.In 2018, Italian betting stakeholders point to three critical industry concerns which must be addressed by the new government.First up, the government will have to adjudicate new proposals to add a further 10,000 new betting points within Italy’s autonomous regions.Set to be delivered this September, the betting industry has met resistance from multiple state regulators, who have implemented laws restricting the operating of betting points near ‘sensitive places’ such as churches, schools and hospitals.Further concerns are raised about whether a new government will move to approve new betting industry provisions, currently being revised by Italy’s Ministry of the Economy.Betting stakeholders seek a strengthening of the national betting code in relation to Asian Handicap offers, operator Cash-Out functionalities and setting fixed policy and clear practices on ‘market disputes’ relating to bookmakers and their customers.From a long-term industry standpoint, the new government will be tested on whether it can finally align Italy’s complex governing framework between the state and autonomous regions, which has affected previous governments presiding the betting sector.Revamping Italy’s gambling agenda, set in a previous agreement the industry had settled on reducing its overall slot machines portfolio by 35% from 400,000 to about 265,000, with licensed operators significantly reducing machine inventory in bars and tobacconists.Nevertheless, set against the constant battle of federal laws versus regional rights, Italy’s new political actors face numerous obstacles in delivering business/commercial alignment… Italian gambling stakeholders will have to wait and see whether 2018 will truly be a year of change!
Meizu M5 launched in India today at a price tag of Rs 10,499. The smartphone is made available exclusively on Tatacliq.com. To recall, Meizu M5 was originally launched in China back in October last year at 700 CNY which is roughly around Rs 7,000. This indicates that the device is announced at a much higher price tag in India.Meizu M5 in India costs almost Rs 3,500 more than that of the model launched back in China. To recall again, the smartphone was announced in two variants initially — one with the 2GB RAM/16GB memory and 3GB RAM/32GB storage. In India, only the 3GB RAM/32GB memory variant is made available.Also Read: iPhone 7 sells for Rs 39,999, Google Pixel for Rs 43,000 in crazy deals at FlipkartThe Chinese smartphone maker has exclusively tied up with Tatacliq.com to sell the Meizu M5. “This strategic tie-up between Meizu and Tatacliq.com is being seen as a significant move by the company to explore a completely new market segment in India,” says Meizu. In terms of specifications, Meizu M5 sports a 5.2-inch screen with the 720p and 2.5D glass protection. The smartphone comes with a fully-laminated HD display, IPS technology, and integrated blue light filter which has the ability to automatically adjust blue light emission to reduce eye strain, highlight Meizu.Meizu M5 32GB variant is powered by an octa-core processor with the Mali-T860 GPU and is equipped with fingerprint identification and fingerprint payment options as mTouch 2.1 and mBack home button. With these features onboard, Meizu M5 is dedicated to offer a safe and swift user experience to customers.advertisementAlso Read: HTC U11 price revealed ahead of tomorrow’s launch, to go on sale on May 19Furthermore, M5 comes with a powerful battery of 3070mAh providing a long standby time. The device also offers an improved battery optimization with Flyme operating system, and also ensures that the battery lasts even longer. Moving ahead to the optics, M5 comes equipped with a 13-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel front camera which comes equipped with a large f/2.0 aperture. Meizu M5 helps users capture clear pictures under low light situations and also comes with a premium dual-tone flash which delivers an accurate white balance capability. The smartphone is launched in India in two colour variants — blue and gold.