Travel balance down by 29 pct in April as receipts slump
April current account deficit at 1.34 bln as goods deficit grows
Industrial turnover rises by 6.7 pct in April for fourth positive reading
Primary cash surplus at 6.4 bln in year to date, expenditure rises during May
Turnover in services sector shows deteriorations in Q1 2018
Budget primary surplus at 1.54 bln in May on revenue rise, sharp investment underspend
October C/A deficit drops to 351 mln, down 39.1 pct over year
Greece's October current account (C/A) balance showed the deficit shrinking to 351 million euros from 577 million last year, according to the Bank of Greece (BoG).
The 39.1 percent year on year (yoy) drop mainly reflects an increase in the services surplus by 167 million euros, owing to higher net travel receipts, and an improvement in the balance of current transfers by 84 million.
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