Serbia c/a balance swings to record surplus in Jan

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Serbia recorded a current account surplus of EUR 249 million in January, versus a deficit of EUR 85 million in the same period of last year, the country's central bank said on Monday.

Trade in goods was in deficit of EUR 182 million in January, while trade in services recorded a surplus of EUR 168 million.

Primary income deficit amounted to EUR 72 million, whereas surplus in secondary income came in at EUR 334 million. 

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