(adds background, details) BRATISLAVA, March 28 (Reuters) - A continued boom in exports related to Slovakia's car-making industry helped further shrink the future EU member's once troublesome foreign trade gap in February. Data on Friday showed the February trade shortfall was 3.313 billion crowns, compared with a gap of 6.330 billion crowns in the same month last year, the Statistics Office said. The gap was slightly narrower than market expectations, which were for an imbalance of ...
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