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KSH: Exports up, trade surplus €832 mln in November

Telco

Hungary saw a trade surplus of €831.8 mln in November, with exports and imports rising by 3.2% to €7.623 bln and 2.4% to €6.791 bln, respectively, the Central Statistics Office (KSH) said in a first reading of data today. The surplus was up month-on-month by €76 mln.

For the period of January-November, the trade surplus came to €6.166 bln, with exports and imports increasing by 3.5% to €78.039 bln and by 4.1% to €71.874 bln, respectively.

KSH is scheduled to publish a second reading of the data on February 2.

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