Dec. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Estonia’s current-account surplus totaled 300.9 million euros ($402 million) in the third quarter, or 7.3 percent of economic output, the central bank, based in the capital, Tallinn, said today on its website.
That’s the biggest surplus since records began in 1993, according to the bank’s database. The surplus was 2.2 percent in the previous quarter, and 7.1 percent a year earlier.
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