BELGRADE - The Serbian parliament approved a revised 2013 budget on Friday, which will bring the country's deficit to 4.7pc of GDP, compared to an initially planned 3.3pc. "It is still high, but it is the lowest possible," Finance Minister Mladjan Dinkic told the deputies who approved the revised budget with 129 votes for and 55 against. The budget gap is now planned at 178.3 billion dinars. The deficit will be funded by loans from creditors, as well as by the sale of euro-denominated bonds.