Bulgaria C/A Deficit Widens in October

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Bulgaria's current account gap widened to EUR 177.1 million in October from EUR 24.3 million in the corresponding month of the previous year, the central bank said in a statement.

The goods deficit expanded to EUR 571.6 million from EUR 257.9 million in October of 2021 and the primary income shortfall narrowed sharply to EUR 71.6 million from EUR 203.8 million.

Meanwhile, the secondary income surplus went up to EUR 87.9 million from EUR 62 million and the services surplus rose to EUR 378.2 million from EUR 375.5 million. 

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