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BELGRADE (Serbia), October 6 (SeeNews) - Serbia's current account balance showed a deficit of 134 million euro ($156.9 million) in July, compared to a gap of 45 million euro in the same month of last year, the central bank, NBS, said.
The deficit in trade in goods increased by 71 million euro, the primary income gap widened by 56 million euro and secondary income surplus declined by 55 million euro, the central bank said in a balance of payments report posted on its website.
In 2016, Serbia's current account deficit decreased to 1.37 billion euro, from 1.58 billion euro in 2015.
Details on Serbia's current account balance follow (in millions of euro):
|- primary income||-152||-96|
|- secondary income||268||213|
($ = 0.8542 euro)
Oct 06, 2017 14:40 CEST