C/A Deficit Set To Unwind Through 2013

September 2009
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;Sep2009, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p8
Country Report
The article reports on the economic outlook for Slovakia. It is expected that the current account deficit of the country will narrow to 3.% of gross domestic product by end of 2009, and fall further to 2.9% by end of 2010. Meanwhile, the majority of foreign capital flowing into the Slovak economy in the first quarter of 2009 has been predominantly shorten inflows, while financial account inflows have remained relatively strong.


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