Dec 18 (Reuters) - Slovakia's current account showed a preliminary deficit of 63.2 billion crowns ($2.70 billion) in January-October, compared with an 96.7 billion crown gap in the same period of 2006, the central bank said on Tuesday. The central bank revised the current account gap for January-September 2007 to 59.6 billion crowns from an originally reported 51.3 billion crown deficit. Analysts expect Slovakia's balance of payments to improve significantly this year due to rising ...
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