Lithuania c/a surplus shrinks in April

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Lithuania recorded a current account surplus of EUR 10.91 million in April, lower than a EUR 251.04 million surplus in the corresponding month of the previous year, the country's central bank reported.

The services surplus shrank slightly to EUR 376.42 million from EUR 380.83 million a year earlier and the primary income deficit widened to EUR 160.66 million from EUR 112.85 million.

Also, the secondary income account posted a EUR 28.24 million surplus, from a EUR 18.23 million surplus and the goods gap expanded to EUR 233.09 million from EUR 50.85 million.

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