IFRS and Privately-Held Companies by Gregory J. Millman

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SUN/ELEMENTS/EXTREME WEATHER EXPOSURE Visitors should be aware Pack prescription medications in your carry-on luggage and carry them in their original containers, with pharmacy labels—otherwise they won’t make it through airport security. Bring along copies of your prescriptions in case you lose your pills or run out. Don’t forget an extra pair of contact lenses or prescription glasses. Carry the generic names of prescription medicines, in case a local doctor is unfamiliar with the brand name. Note: In Croatia, all medicines, even over-thecounter medications like aspirin, are sold only at pharmacies; other drugs require a Croatian doctor’s prescription.

The coastal areas have a more Mediterranean climate, with average temperatures ranging from the mid-40s in January to 100°F (38°C) or more in August. Spring and autumn are pleasant and mild along the coast; winter inland can be cold and snowy. The bottom line is that in July and August, good weather is almost a certainty and tourism is in full swing, but prices and availability on the coast can be prohibitive. Conversely, in the interior, summer crowds are minimal and prices can reach their lowest levels.

Membership in process, many Croatian businesses are beginning to express their prices in euros and kuna, though euros are not yet widely accepted. Foreign currency can be exchanged at post offices, banks, and exchange offices. Numerous hotels and travel agencies also will exchange currency, but beware of the service charges, which can be as high as 3%. S. dollars, go to www. com/ucc. Warning: Kunas and euros are very similar in look but dissimilar in value: One euro is worth seven times as much as one kuna.

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