Polish c/a surplus widens in January

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Poland's current account surplus widened to EUR 3,258 million in January from EUR 2,756 million in the corresponding month of the previous year, the country's central bank reported.

The goods surplus rose to EUR 845 million from EUR 378 million, as exports declined 2.82% while imports sank 5.29%.

Also, the primary income surplus rose to EUR 574 million from EUR 551 million and secondary income shortfall was reduced to EUR 528 million from EUR 652 million. In contrast, the services surplus edged down to EUR 2,367 million from EUR 2,479 million.

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