Hungary February trade surplus revised down to €639.4 mln

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Hungary's Central Statistics Office (KSH) revised the February trade surplus down to €639.4 million in a second reading on Friday from €672.6 million in the first reading published on April 8. Exports were revised down to €6.558 billion from €6.569 billion, and imports were revised up to €5.919 billion from €5.896 billion. The trade surplus in January-February came to €955.6m. Exports reached €13.023 billion and imports totalled €12.067 billion. In the machinery and transport equipment sector, exports were down 1.8% and imports fell 1.1% in January-February. In the manufactured goods sector, exports rose 7.7% and imports grew 6.0%.

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