Romania's c/a rises in H1
In the first six months of 2021, the balance-of-payments current account in Romania posted a deficit of EUR 7,040 million, compared with EUR 4,059 million in the same period of the last year, Romaniajournal.com reported citing data released by the central bank (BNR) on Friday.
In the H1 of 2021, the deficits on trade in goods and on primary income widened by EUR 1,557 million and EUR 1,110 million, respectively; the surplus on secondary income and that on services decreased by EUR 276 million and EUR 38 million, respectively. In a separate report, BNR said that foreign investments into Romania totaled EUR 3,138 million in the January-June period compared with EUR 996 million in H1 of 2020.
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