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Slovenia's C/A surplus shrinks 51.5% y/y in Jan-Nov - table

Author Radomir Ralev
Slovenia's C/A surplus shrinks 51.5% y/y in Jan-Nov - table Source: Slovenian government

LJUBLJANA (Slovenia), January 14 (SeeNews) - Slovenia's current account surplus fell to 1.6 billion euro ($1.8 billion) in the first eleven months of 2021, from 3.3 billion euro in the like period of the previous year, preliminary central bank data showed.

"The trade in goods surplus decreased by 1.8 billion euro, mainly due to a larger increase in imports than exports, while the surplus in trade in services increased by 290 million euro," the central bank said in a monthly current account report on Thursday.

Details follow (in millions of euro, unless otherwise stated):

Jan-Nov'21 Jan-Nov'20 Nov'21 Nov'20
Current account 1.570 bln 3.280 bln -37.0 276.1
- goods 481.4 2.300 bln -135.1 187.0
- services 2.136 bln 1.846 bln 221.8 128.6
- primary income -585.4 -423.9 -65.8 4.4
- secondary income -461.5 -442.4 -58.0 -43.9
Capital account 241.4 -110.1 -4.9 0.8
Financial account 1.505 bln 2.969 bln 51.6 434.1
- direct investments -317.4 -230.7 139.8 4.9

($ = 0.87338 euro)

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