Lithuania C/A Swings to Deficit in August

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Lithuania recorded a current account deficit of EUR 286.8 million in August, compared with a EUR 107.3 million surplus from the same month of the previous year, the country's central bank said on Friday.

The goods account gap widened to EUR 556.7 million from EUR 135.5 million, while the services surplus slightly narrowed to EUR 431.8 million from EUR 434.6 million.

Meanwhile, the primary income deficit shrank to EUR 182.2 million from EUR 226.8 million, while the secondary income surplus decreased to EUR 20.4 million from EUR 35 million. 

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