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Source: Central Bank of Iceland

In Q3/2020, the current account showed a deficit of 1.2, as compared with a deficit of 5.9 in the previous quarter. The deficit on goods trade totalled 33.9, while the surplus on services trade totalled 20.4 There was a 13.5 surplus on primary income and a 1.1 deficit on secondary income. The net international investment position was positive by 969, or 33.5% of GDP, and improved by 142, or 5% of GDP, during the quarter. The Central Bank has revised its quarterly statistics on the balance of payments and the IIP back to 1995.

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