KSH: Trade surplus exceeds €373 mln

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Hungary’s trade surplus in October exceeded €373 mln, with exports falling by 2.1% to €7.512 bln and imports increasing by 2.3% to €7.139 bln, the Central Statistics Office (KSH) reported in a first reading of data today.

Approxiately 80% of Hungary's exports went to other European Union countries in October and 73% of imports came from the EU. In the first ten months, the trade surplus came to €5.357 bln, down by a year-on-year €217 mln, with exports increasing by 3.6% to €70.423 bln and imports increasing by 4.2% to €65.066.1 bln.

The publication of the second reading of data is scheduled for December 23.

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