According to the data of the eVisitor system, which contains tourist traffic realized in commercial and non-commercial facilities and nautical charter (eCrew system), in Croatia in the period from January to the end of July, 11,1 million arrivals (+ 6%) and 56,3 million overnight stays (+ 6%) were realized. Out of that, foreign tourists realized 9,8 million arrivals (+ 6%) and 49,8 million overnight stays (+ 6%), while domestic tourists also recorded increases in arrivals by 7% and in overnight stays by 6%. During the seven months, most overnight stays were realized in Istria (15,6 million), while in the Split-Dalmatia County 10,5 million overnight stays were realized, ie 10 million overnight stays in Kvarner. They are followed by Zadar County with 7,5 million overnight stays and Dubrovnik-Neretva County with 4,7 million overnight stays. In Šibenik-Knin County, 3,7 million overnight stays were realized, in Lika-Senj County 1,7 million overnight stays, while in Zagreb 1,4 million overnight stays were realized.On the continent, not including Zagreb, there were 597.000 arrivals (+ 9%) and 1,2 million overnight stays (+ 7%), and looking at the counties, most overnight stays were realized in Karlovac (295.000), Krapina-Zagorje (195.000), Osijek -Baranja (108.000), Međimurje (106.000) and Zagreb County (105.000).I am extremely satisfied with the course of tourist traffic so far, in July this year we had a million overnight stays in one day, and the data tell us that guests stay in destinations longer and spend more, said the director of the Croatian Tourist Board Kristjan Stanicic. in the heart of the tourist year the CNTB are currently focused on the post season from which they also expect a lot. “Campaigns are underway in eleven world markets such as Germany, Great Britain, France or Spain, where we promote eno-gastronomy, nautical and cultural tourism and active holidays. We continue to promote Croatia through our celebrated footballers through online channels where we connect Vatrene with the destinations from which they come. Visually and communicatively, we connected Slavonski Brod and Marija Mandžukić, Donji Miholjac and Domagoj Vid, Zadar and Luka Modrić, Omiš and Ivan Perišić, Imotski and Ante Rebić, Karlovac and Dejan Lovren, etc. ” Stanisic concluded.Germany remains the main emitting marketAt the national level, during the first seven months, most overnight stays came from the markets of Germany (10,5 million), Slovenia (6,1 million), Austria (4,3 million), Poland (3,5 million) and the Czech Republic (3,2). million), and looking at the accommodation segment, most overnight stays were realized in in households (19,6 million) and in hotels (14 million) and camps (10,4 million). Top destinations in the first seven months according to the criteria of realized overnight stays are Dubrovnik, Rovinj, Poreč, Split and Medulin. In July, there were 2 percent more overnight staysIn July, there were 4,6 million arrivals and 31 million overnight stays in Croatia, which is an increase of 2017 percent in overnight stays compared to July 2. In July, most overnight stays were realized in Istria (8,1 million), Split-Dalmatia County (6 million) and Kvarner (5,8 million). They are followed by Zadar County with 4,9 million overnight stays, Šibenik-Knin County with 2,3 million overnight stays, Dubrovnik-Neretva County with 2,1 million overnight stays, Lika-Senj County with 1,1 million overnight stays and Zagreb with 288.000 overnight stays. There were 145.000 arrivals and 290.000 overnight stays on the continent in July, of which the highest number of overnight stays was in Karlovac (122.000), Krapina-Zagorje (36.000), Zagreb (25.000), Međimurje (24.000) and Osijek-Baranja County (17.000).Minister of Tourism Gari Cappeli emphasized the importance of positioning Croatia as a year-round destination. “We are building the image of a quality year-round destination, and this year’s results of tourist traffic show that, as well as the realized revenues from tourism, which in the first three months are 14 percent higher compared to the same period last year. We are strengthening tourist demand with us in new emitting markets such as China, Japan and Korea, and we are pleased to note that in this period, compared to two years ago, we recorded a growth in tourist traffic of over 50 percent from distant markets. Through further projects, our desire is to further stimulate the increase of tourist traffic outside the summer months, which will ultimately contribute to increased income, employment opportunities for a longer period and, in addition to tourism, stimulate economic growth of entire destinations., said Minister Cappelli.
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Policies targeted at people who are not in paid work could reduce the gender pension gap, with women taking time away from work to look after family a significant contributing factor, according to new research.In a report published today, independent research organisation The Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) revealed that there are currently 50% more women than men heading towards retirement without any private pension savings.“A gender pension gap exists in the UK, driven by pay differentials and exacerbated by the fact that women are more likely to take career breaks to care for children or elderly relatives, and by the design factors of the current pension system,” it said in the report.“This gap is both recognised and mitigated in some form by different bodies, however the gap persists and has ramifications for the fairness of retirement for half of the population.” The PPI found that in order to draw the same pension income throughout their retirement, women would need to have saved around 5%-7% more than men by retirement age to allow for living longer.There were now 1.2 million women in their 50s with no private pension wealth, it reported, with this group representing approximately 5% of all women.As a result of factors such as the gender pay gap and differing working patterns between the sexes, by retirement women would have approximately accrued £51,000 (€56,4000), whilst men would have about £157,000 of pension wealth, it said.Among measures to tackle the pensions gap, one of the PPI’s suggestions in the report is a policy targeted at people not in paid work.“This is because a greater proportion of women take time out compared to men,” it said.“Policies such as the family carer top-up could therefore reduce the pensions gap.”The research organisation suggests a family carer top-up could make up half the pension saving missed by taking time away from paid work to care.This would reduce the gender pensions gap by as much as 28%, it said, since more women qualify to receive this benefit compared to men, with 1.5m women qualifying against 150,000 men.
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The best thing Bauer can do now is contribute to a franchise that’s trending upward. He will be part of a rotation that features All-Star Luis Castillo and Sonny Gray, and the fact that Cincinnati moved Puig, who also was viewed as a risk when he signed but eliminated those concerns with 22 home runs this season, shows confidence within the organization. Bauer could be a piece that helps the Reds make a last-ditch run at a wild card spot this season or a one-and-a-half-year-rental that simply waits for the next payday. He needs to make the best of it either way. There’s room for Bauer’s personality in Cincinnati. After all, former Reds reliever, fan favorite and World Series champion Rob Dibble once threw a baseball into the stands in frustration and hit a school teacher in 1991. Dibble remains a “Nasty Boys” cult hero with Reds fans today, even though his time ended in Cincinnati after 1993. Can Bauer become that kind of fan favorite? Maybe, but it will start — and should stay — on the mound. Bauer has a good sample against the National League; he’s 12-5 with a 2.54 ERA and 187 Ks in 177.1 innings for his career in interleague play. If the Reds get that kind of pitcher, then this gamble will pay off. The Indians traded Trevor Bauer to the Reds in a three-team deal two days after the right-hander launched a baseball over the center field fence in frustration when he was pulled from a start against the Royals. Bauer’s time in Cleveland — which produced mixed results on the mound and a few unpredictable, even controversial incidents off it — is over. With Cincinnati, Bauer gets a fresh start and opportunity to perform as a key piece for a franchise that looks ready for contention in 2020. MORE: How to watch “ChangeUp,” an MLB whip-around show, for free on DAZNThe Reds offer a chance for Bauer to go from distraction to attraction. It’s on Bauer to prove himself with the move, and he can do it. Bauer is an incredible pitcher — when he’s on. He finished sixth in the AL Cy Young voting last season with a 2.21 ERA and 221 Ks in 175.1 innings. He leads the majors in innings pitched this season (156.2), but he also leads in walks (63), hits batsmen (14) and his ERA increased to 3.79. Those statistics will be remembered less than the viral stories from his time in Cleveland.— Like the time he cut his hand on a drone ahead of a scheduled ALCS start against Toronto in 2016.— Or the two mediocre World Series starts against the Cubs that ended in losses.— Or his unique dating rules he detailed in a Sports Illustrated profile in February.— Or the allegations of Twitter harassment.— Or, of course, when Bauer launched the ball over the center field fence in Kansas City, which prompted Indians manager Terry Francona to ask, “What the (expletive) is wrong with you?” You can debate the levels of Bauer’s quirkiness, passion as a player or likability as a teammate all you want — his story about Charlie Sheen showing up at UCLA practice is hilarious — but the latest distraction (which was immature at a minimum) did not help his cause. The Indians’ brass had seen enough from a player who openly talked about signing one-year deals in the future with his contract expiring in 2020. That cannot be debated knowing they are three games off the AL Central lead and expect to get ace Corey Kluber back, perhaps in August. Meanwhile, what the (expletive) is wrong with the Reds? RIVERA: Grading the Trevor Bauer tradeCincinnati gave up Yasiel Puig, an emerging fan favorite who didn’t leave until he finished one more brawl with the Pirates, and speedy prospect Taylor Trammell, who is off to San Diego, to take on a pitcher who turns 29 next season and will be a free-agent after that. That’s not all. A sizable cross-section of Reds fans knows all about Bauer’s comments in a June 21 profile with The New York Times. “I would love to see vintage Pete Rose in today’s game,” Bauer said in the article. “He would get absolutely annihilated.” The Great American Ball Park is adjacent to Pete Rose Way. Rose’s statue sits in front of the stadium. That will at least take a cursory smoothing over with the fan base that still yearns for the return of the Big Red Machine. When it comes to Rose, they remember everything.