Romania c/a gap widens in September

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Romania's current account deficit widened to EUR 1.65 billion in September of 2021, from EUR 1.29 billion in the same month last year, data from the central bank show.

It was the largest current account deficit for a September month since 2008, as the goods gap expanded to EUR 2.09 billion from EUR 1.57 billion a year earlier and the services surplus narrowed to EUR 0.75 billion from EUR 0.91 billion.

Meanwhile, the primary income deficit shrank by half to EUR 0.35 billion and the secondary income surplus narrowed to EUR 0.38 billion from EUR 0.66 billion.

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