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Lithuania c/a surplus shrinks in February

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Lithuania's current account surplus narrowed to EUR 244.1 million in February from EUR 278.8 million in the corresponding month of the previous year, the country's central bank said.

The services surplus shrank to EUR 244.1 million from EUR 278.8 mln a year earlier and the primary income deficit widened to EUR 85.2 billion from EUR 81.5 billion.

Also, the secondary income account posted a EUR 20 mln deficit, switching from a EUR 45.8 mln surplus while the goods gap decreased to EUR 3.7 mln from EUR 123.2 mln. 

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