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Slovak c/a balance swings to deficit in February

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Slovakia's current account switched to a EUR 116.9 million deficit in February, from a EUR 198.9 million surplus in the previous year, data from the country's central bank show.

The primary income account slipped to a EUR 142.0 million deficit from a EUR 212.8 million surplus in the previous year, while the goods surplus expanded to EUR 170.9 million from EUR 5.8 million.

Additionally, the services surplus shrank to EUR 34.9 million from EUR 83.2 million, and the secondary income deficit widened to EUR 180.7 million from EUR 102.8 million.

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