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ZAGREB (Reuters) - Croatia's deputy prime minister, Martina Dalic, who is also the economy minister, on Friday survived a no-confidence vote prompted by discontent in the opposition over her handling of the debt crisis in the largest Balkan firm Agrokor. [AGROK.UL]
The opposition, led by the Social Democrats and the centre-right Most ("Bridge") party, mustered 71 votes against Dalic, but it needed at least 76 in the 151-seat parliament to succeed in her removal.
(Reporting by Igor Ilic; Editing by Alison Williams)