(Adds details on passenger cars in para 15, updates crown) By Marek Petrus PRAGUE, April 23 (Reuters) - Higher world oil prices and meagre exports growth helped swell the Czech foreign trade gap in March, giving markets another negative number to bolster the case for a weaker crown, analysts said on Wednesday. The Czech Statistical Bureau (CSU) said the monthly deficit in trade with goods widened to 9.2 billion crowns ($319.1 million) in March, well beyond average market expectations ...
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