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Bulgaria c/a surplus narrows in April

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Bulgaria's current account surplus narrowed to EUR 7.8 million in April from EUR 24.2 million surplus in the same month of the previous year, the country's central bank reported.

The goods account shifted to a deficit of EUR 95.4 million compared to a EUR 17.7 million surplus a year earlier; and the service surplus shrank to EUR 172.6 million from EUR 206.3 million.

Meanwhile, the primary income gap narrowed to EUR 58.9 million from EUR 158.4 million, and the secondary income deficit shrank to EUR 10.6 million from EUR 41.4 million in the same month of the previous year. 

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