Slovakia C/A Deficit Widens in November

Debt

Slovakia's current account deficit increased sharply to EUR 956.9 million in November 2022 from EUR 399.3 million in the corresponding month of the previous year, the central bank reported.

The goods account deficit widened sharply to EUR 961.8 million from EUR 226.8 million a year ago, while the services account surplus was unchanged at EUR 17.8 million.

At the same time, the primary income deficit rose EUR 190.9 million from EUR 147.1 million a year earlier, while the secondary income swung to a surplus of EUR 178 million from a deficit of EUR 43.2 million. 

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