Slovakia c/a deficit narrows in April

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Slovakia's current account deficit narrowed to EUR 77 million in April, from EUR 726.4 million in the corresponding month of the previous year, the country's central bank said.

The goods trade account switched to an EUR 81.3 million surplus from a EUR 641.8 million deficit a year earlier, while the services surplus decreased to EUR 42.3 million, from EUR 78.5 million.

At the same time, the primary income deficit shrank to 147.1 million, from a previous EUR 149.6 million, while the secondary income deficit widened to EUR 53.5 million, from EUR 13.4 million.

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