Romania c/a deficit shrinks in January

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Romania's current account deficit shrank to EUR 239 million in January, from EUR 376 million in the same month last year, the country's central bank said in a report.

Goods deficit decreased to EUR 1,243 million from EUR 1,299 million and the services surplus was up to EUR 775 million from EUR 549 million.

Meantime, the primary income surplus narrowed to EUR 356 million from EUR 387 million while the secondary income deficit rose to EUR 128 million from EUR 13 million. 

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