On this year's 500 largest firms in Central Europe , published by the consulting and auditing firm Deloitte , are 12 Croatian . Revenue from the sale necessary for companies for inclusion on the scale was 483 million euros
Occupying the 28th among the 500 largest in Central Europe, among Croatian companies and this year's best placed is Ina. This is followed by Agrokor , who took 30th position. In the banking sector, the Zagrebačka Bank this year managed to finish in the top 10 banks , regions , and the insurer best results achieved Croatia Insurance.
This year there were no significant changes among top 500 biggest companies in Central Europe , and the first three positions retake the two companies from the energy sector – Polish PKN Orlen and MOL of Hungary – while the third position found Czech Skoda . Polish companies have continued to dominate Deloitte ‘s 500 largest scale and make up one third of the total number of firms that have this year put on the scale.
This year's ranking is characterized by slowing revenue growth firms so that this year the growth was 3.3 percent and 9.8 percent last . The slowdown continued in the 2013th , and in the first quarter, revenue declined 0.5 percent.
Consumer sector and transport and the energy sector and this year accounted for nearly two-thirds of companies that have failed this year to include the scale. ” Although the sector of consumer goods and transportation represented with a number of companies , the energy sector leading by income earned by doing as much as 42 percent of the scale ,” says Ivica Kresic , director of Deloitte Financial Advisory .
At the same time , the sector of technology, media and telecommunications since 2008. recorded a steady decline in revenues, the annual average is about three percent , and besides that captures and decrease the number of companies that fail to include the ladder – from the former 48 companies today is represented by thirty three .
On the list of 500 largest enterprises in Central Europe this year placed 41 firm from Adria region , the same as last year. “This can be considered as a positive surprise , as the countries in the region recorded an average decline in economic activity in the 2012th , compared with some kind of growth was recorded in Central Europe ,” says Kresic.