Slovenia Registers Higher Current Account Surplus
Ljubljana, 14 April - In the first two months of 2004, the Bank of Slovenia registered a current account surplus of EUR 91.9 million, while in the same period last year the surplus amounted to EUR 56.4 million. The higher surplus on the current account can be attributed primarily to the service sector, the bank told the press on Wednesday.
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