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Croatia’s 2011 trade gap widened to 6.7 billion euros ($8.9 billion) after a revision, from initially reported 5.8 billion euros.
The change is because of a “technical error,” the statistics office said in a statement on its website today, citing a preliminary figure. Final data will be reported on July 4, it said.
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