(Writes through with analyst quote) By Michael Winfrey BRATISLAVA, Dec 31 (Reuters) - A continued boom in car exports helped keep Slovakia's November trade deficit at a fraction of last year's levels, data showed on Wednesday, providing room for crown firming and looser monetary policy. The November trade gap was 483 million crowns ($14.7 million), compared with a 9.5 billion crown gap in the same month of 2002, the Statistics Office said. A Reuters survey of analysts taken earlier ...
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