Bulgaria c/a swings to surplus in January

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Bulgaria posted a current account surplus EUR 85 million in January compared to a deficit of EUR 12.7 million in the same month of the previous year, the country's central bank said.

The goods deficit shrank to EUR 33.1 million from EUR 79.2 million a year earlier and the primary income account switched to a EUR 34.6 million surplus from a gap EUR 172.7 million.

Meanwhile, the services surplus dropped to EUR 142.8 million from EUR 256.7 million and the secondary income deficit increased to EUR 59.3 million from a deficit EUR 17.6 million. 

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