Serbia c/a narrows in December

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The current account deficit in Serbia shrank to USD 21.2 million in December of 2020 from USD 586.5 million a year earlier, the country's central bank said.

The goods and services gap decreased to USD 495 million from USD 875 million, along with the primary income shortfall of EUR 107.5 million from USD 220.8 million, while the secondary income surplus rose to USD 581.3 million from USD 464.2 million.

Considering full 2020, the current account deficit narrowed to USD 2,220.3 million from USD 3,547.1 million in the previous year.

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