KSH: Trade surplus at €843 mln in November
Hungary’s Central Statistics Office (KSH) raised November’s trade surplus to €843.1 mln from the first reading of €831.8 mln released on January 9, the second reading of data revealed today.
KSH said that both exports and imports rose by 3.1% to €7.616 bln and by 2.1% to €6.773 bln, respectively. In volume terms, both exports and imports rose 5.0%, faster than in euros, KSH added.
KSH also revised the trade surplus of the January-November period, raising the figure to €6.177 bln. Exports increased by 3.5% to €78.032 bln and imports were up by 4% at €71.855 bln. Eleven-month exports rose 6.7% in volume terms and imports rose 8.2%, also at a quicker pace than euro-term trade, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.
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