South Korea Posts $6.95 Billion Current Account Surplus In October

South Korea had a current account surplus of $6.95 billion in October, the Bank of Korea said on Tuesday - down from $10.07 billion in September.

The goods account surplus fell to $5.64 billion, compared to the $10.17 billion figure in October 2020.

The services account saw a $0.63 billion surplus, up from the $0.83 billion deficit one year earlier, owing to an improvement in the transport account.

The primary income account surplus decreased from $2.50 billion the year previously to $0.67 billion in October 2021.

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