The card can be used only in the Republic of Croatia, the card is contactless, without PIN authorization for transactions up to HRK 250, there is no account management fee, and the one-time card issuance fee is HRK 50 while the card is valid for 4 years – according to HPB- And. Photo: HPB Photo: HPB / Cover photo: Pixabay, Illustration: HrTurizam.hr We need to look at the project for a minimum of 3 years, so that we can measure its success. Of course with a constant campaign, development and integration into the wider project of our tourism, not just putting it on the market and that’s it. Like any project. And today, after a lot of prolongation, we finally have the first official Cro card – HPB CRO Visa debit card. As we know, Hrvatska poštanska banka is among the first banks to sign an Agreement with the Ministry of Tourism on the implementation of measures to encourage consumption in the hospitality and tourism industry in the Republic of Croatia through the Croatian Tourist Card. The card is intended for payment of accommodation and services in tourism and catering in Croatia, rental of water transport vehicles and services of travel agencies and travel organizers One was also introduced news – funds on the card, ie transaction account can be paid by the employer or any third party, as well as the cardholder himself, by non-cash transfer of funds. Namely, as part of the Cro card, a special website should have been published earlier, on which there will be a list of various discounts that Cro card users can get. Therefore, it gives an additional motive that you are the owner of the card, ie a natural person, pay the funds yourself in order to take advantage of the discounts. All employers, craftsmen or self-employed persons can opt for the CRO Visa card and pay a fee of up to HRK 2.500 per year to their employees intended to cover the costs of catering and tourist services anywhere in Croatia. Customers whose employers decide to pay holiday pay via CRO Visa card can request the opening of a special purpose transaction account and the issuance of a card in any HPB branch – the bank points out. Of course, the whole project will not show any success this year, only if the public sector withdraws a larger contingent of cards (which was, among other things, the formula for success in Hungary) because the private sector in the current situation is struggling to survive and maintain jobs. number to be able to pay workers the amount on the Cro card.
Much has been made this week of Rory McIlroy being a target for the opposition in the Ryder Cup, one of Europe’s “big dogs” that US captain Tom Watson wants to bring down. “But no matter where I play, I’ve still got the same objective, which is just to win my match.” Asked to put himself in an American player’s shoes and decide whether his scalp or Poulter’s would give greater satisfaction, McIlroy added: ” I think maybe in this format and in this environment and in the Ryder Cup, probably Poulter just because how good his record is (12 wins from 15 matches). “I know Watson has been talking about targeting us two and whatever, but at the same time it’s only one-sixth of the team. “There’s 10 other world-class players that he has to worry about as well and they are just as capable of putting points on the board for Europe. “They can try and target us all they want, but there’s guys alongside us that can do just as good a job. Someone beats me, they win a point. They win a match against me, they get a point, no more, no less.” Manchester United fan McIlroy revealed he was in a “trance” listening to former Red Devils boss Sir Alex Ferguson address the European team on Tuesday evening, the four-time major winner seeking Ferguson’s advice after his meltdown in the Masters in 2011. But the Northern Irishman is confident he will be rather more alert when the pressure is on come Friday morning. ” I’m the sort of character that would enjoy that, enjoy that environment, enjoy being in the spotlight and being one of the guys that everyone is focusing on,” he added. “I like that. I’ll embrace that and it comes as part of what I’ve done this year and who I am. Being number one in the world and all that comes with that, you expect that and you just try to handle it as best that you can.” Quite a difference from McIlroy’s first experience of team golf as a professional, the 2009 Seve Trophy in France under the captaincy of a certain Paul McGinley. “What’s been great this week for me personally is he’s quoted me back a couple of the things that I said to him that week,” McGinley said. “I’ve built a little profile of things that I’ve said to players in the past so there’s continuity in my message to them. “Without any prompting, him being able to quote them back has been a big thrill for me that he remembered what I said to him back in 2009 when he was kind of 40th in the Order of Merit, never mind 40th in the world, and look at him now, top of the world.” Fast forward two years and the answer is eerily familiar. “I’ve got a responsibility just to put points on the board and I’m one-twelfth of a team unit here,” the 25-year-old said on Wednesday. “I’m going to play the same role as everyone else just to try and get points on the board.” And the similarities do not end there. In 2012, McIlroy went into the Ryder Cup as the hottest player on the planet, the reigning US PGA champion and winner of two of his previous three tournaments in the FedEx Cup play-offs. Arriving at Gleneagles, McIlroy is again top of the world rankings with four wins under his belt this season, having won the flagship BMW PGA Championship on the European Tour in May and following it with the Open Championship, WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and US PGA titles in consecutive appearances. It is therefore understandable that Watson would single out McIlroy and ‘Mr Ryder Cup’ Ian Poulter for special attention, but McIlroy was content to play the perfect team member ahead of Friday’s opening day. “I have a job to do which is to go out and win points for Europe and I don’t care what number I play or who I play with,” McIlroy said. “I’ve got a responsibility just to put points on the board and I’m one-twelfth of a team unit here. “I’m going to play the same role as everyone else just to try and get points on the board. So I wouldn’t say it wouldn’t be a thrill, of course, leading the team out would be a huge buzz and a great thrill. But anyone fortunate enough to be at Medinah in 2012 and Gleneagles this week might be hard-pressed to spot the difference between the situation then and now. ”This week I’m not the number one player in the world,” McIlroy said in Chicago. ”I’m one person in a 12-man team and that’s it. It’s a team effort. There’s 12 guys striving towards the same goal. I’m just part of that.” Press Association