COPENHAGEN, Oct 9 (Reuters) - Denmark's current account surplus grew to 14.3 billion Danish crowns ($2.5 billion) in August from a revised 13.1 billion crowns in July, the national statistics office said on Tuesday.
The seasonally adjusted trade surplus excluding ships grew to 9.0 billion crowns in August from a revised 8.7 billion in July, Statistics Denmark said in a statement.
KEY FIGURES (billion of Danish crowns)
Aug 2012 July 2012 Current account 14.3 13.1** Trade balance* 9.0 8.7**
*Seasonally adjusted, excluding ships
** July current account surplus revised from 13.4 billion crowns and July trade balance revised from 8.2 billion crowns reported a month ago.
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. ($1 = 5.7498 Danish crowns)
(Reporting by Copenhagen newsroom)
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