Serb Jan-May current account gap falls by 53.4 pct year-on-year

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BELGRADE, July 12 (Reuters) - Serbia's current account deficit between January and May stood at 758 million euros ($988.5 million), 53.4 percent down on the same period last year due to exports and remittances, the central bank said on Friday. Exports between January and May totalled 4 billion euros, or 20.6 percent up on the same period last year, while imports rose 2 percent, the bank said. "Growth in exports intensified since last year, mainly in the ...

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