Poland c/a deficit jumps in Aug
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Poland's current account posted a EUR 1,686 million deficit in August, switching from a EUR 995 million surplus in the same period of the previous year, the country's central bank said in a statement Friday.
The goods account recorded a EUR 1,413 million deficit, compared to a EUR 793 million surplus in August of 2021, as imports jumped 32.8% while exports rose at a slower 19.3%.
Also, service surplus narrowed to EUR 1,797 million from EUR 1,935 million and the secondary income account posted a EUR 84 million surplus, switching from a EUR 22 million gap.
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