Attributive form of current account, noun.(adjective)
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Use "current-account" in a sentence
"Never mind that both have long-term current-account problems and no domestic resources, Istanbul has averaged one earthquake every 17 years for the past two millennia."
"Turkey has its own economic worries, namely a current-account deficit near 9% of GDP, and financed by volatile short-term investments."
"Then the G20 would agree on some sort of common approach to “global economic imbalances,” smoothing out excessive trade and current-account deficits and managing the rise and fall of currencies in a more stable manner."