Current Account Deficit To Settle At Lower Level

April 2010
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;Apr2010, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p7
Country Report
The article presents the economic outlook for the Czech Republic for 2010. It views an optimistic assessment of the low level of current account deficit based on the statistics released by the Czech National Bank which indicated the sustainable balance of payments. It forecasts a narrowed decline of 1.8 % of gross domestic product (GDP) for 2010-2015 which will be driven by smaller financial accounts.


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