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Lithuania c/a surplus narrows in June

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Lithuania's current account surplus shrank to EUR 96.8 million in June, from EUR 209.4 million in the corresponding month of the previous year, the country's central bank said on Friday.

The goods gap widened to EUR 240.1 million from EUR 86 million a year earlier and the secondary income surplus narrowed to EUR 17.6 million from EUR 34.3 million.

Meantime, the service surplus advanced to EUR 451 million from EUR 398.4 million and the primary income deficit dropped to EUR 131.8 million from EUR 137.3 million. 

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