COPENHAGEN, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Denmark's current account surplus was 6.8 billion Danish crowns ($1.12 billion) in June, while the seasonally adjusted trade surplus excluding ships was 5.5 billion crowns, the national statistics office (DS) said on Wednesday. For the 12 months to June the current account surplus was 44.3 billion crowns. KEY FIGURES (billion crowns) June 2004 May 2004 C/A 6.8 +5.6** Trade balance* 5.5 +5.2** *seasonally adjusted, excluding ships **C/A revised from ...
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