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Nov 17, 2017 12:48 EEST
November 17 (SeeNews) - Serbia's current account deficit rose to 1.222 billion euro ($1.442 billion) in the first nine months of 2017, from 828 million euro in the like period of last year, the central bank, NBS, said on Friday.
Trade in goods showed a deficit of 2.633 billion euro in the period January-September, while trade in services recorded a surplus of 610 million euro, the NBS said in a statement.
Primary income deficit amounted to 1.7 billion euro, whereas surplus in secondary income came in at 2.501 billion euro in the nine months through September 2017.
In September alone, Serbia's current account balance showed a deficit of 53 million euro, compared to a gap of 127 million euro a year earlier.
In 2016, Serbia's current account deficit narrowed to 1.075 billion euro from 1.751 billion euro in 2015.
Details on Serbia's current account balance follow (in billions of euro):
($ = 0.847457 euro)
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