Polish c/a surplus decreases in February

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Poland's current account surplus narrowed to EUR 1,619 million in February from EUR 1,738 million in the corresponding month of the previous year, the central bank said.

The services surplus went down to EUR 2,490 million from EUR 2,606 million, while the secondary income gap rose to EUR 541 million from EUR 149 million.

On the other hand, the goods surplus rose to EUR 883 million from EUR 791 million, as exports climbed 6.2% and imports rose a slower 6.0%, and the primary income deficit narrowed to EUR 1,213 million from EUR 1,510 million.

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