"In December, the current account stood at a provisional surplus of $601 million, compared with a deficit of $17 million in November." — File Photo

KARACHI: Pakistan's current account surplus for July-December was a provisional $26 million, compared with a deficit of $2.570 billion in the same period last year, the central bank said on Tuesday.

In December, the current account stood at a provisional surplus of $601 million, compared with a deficit of $17 million in November, the State Bank of Pakistan said.

The current account deficit for the fiscal year 2009/10 was $3.946 billion, compared with $9.261 billion in fiscal year 2008/09.

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