France's current account and trade deficits widened in September, statistics showed Friday.
France's goods trade deficit, measured by the customs office, rose to 4.67 billion euros ($5.41 billion) in September, from EUR4.2 billion in August.
France's current account deficit--which also measures flows of services and incomes--rose to EUR3.1 billion in September from EUR1.7 billion in August, the Bank of France said.
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November 08, 2017 02:59 ET (07:59 GMT)