There exists a mechanism of the Sino-Croatian Joint Committee for Economy and Trade between the governments of China and Croatia and nine regular working meetings have been held by now. China and Croatia have signed the following agreements such as "Agreement on Economy and Trade" "Agreement on Reciprocal Promotion and Protection of Investments", "Agreement on Avoiding Double Taxation and Prevention of Tax Evasion", "Memorandum of Understanding between Croatia and China on the Establishment of Croatian - Chinese Economic and Technological Zone" and others.
The People's Republic of China and Republic of Croatia have been maintaining stable and good economic and trade relations. Croatia has been China's largest trading partner in southeast Europe for 7 consecutive years from 2003-2009. According to Chinese statistical data, the year of 2013 saw bilateral trade between the two countries at 1.495 billion U.S. dollars, up by 8.8 percent over the previous year, of which total value of China's exports to Croatia was 1.390 billion U.S. dollars, whereas Croatia's to China was 105 million U.S. dollars, up by 40.8 percent over the previous year. China's main imports from Croatia are as follows: timber, leather, aluminum, stone, etc. while Croatia's main imports from China are as follows: textile products, house-hold appliances, computers, other electronic goods.