(Adds analyst quote, details) By Michael Winfrey BRATISLAVA, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Slovakia's current account balance swung to a surplus at the end of November due to a car-led export boom that has significantly shrunk the once problematic trade deficit. The surplus, Slovakia's first since 1995, was a cumulative 0.5 billion ($15.4 million) crowns in the first 11 months, the central bank said on Wednesday, a huge improvement over the 73.8 billion crown deficit in the same period in 2002. ...
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