Poland c/a deficit widens in April
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Poland's current account deficit rose to EUR 3.924 billion in April, from EUR 2.97 billion in March and compared to a EUR 1,282 million surplus in the same month of the last year, the central bank said on Monday, according to tradingeconomics.com.
The goods account swung to a EUR 2,466 million gap from a EUR 1,211 million surplus a year ago and the services surplus narrowed to EUR 2,236 million from EUR 2,302 million.
At the same time, the primary income deficit rose to EUR 2,844 million from EUR 2,150 million while the secondary income shortfall widened to EUR 850 million from EUR 81 million.
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