KSH: Trade surplus reaches €691 mln
Hungary saw a trade surplus of €691 mln in January, with exports rising 3.7% to €6.841 bln and imports growing by 1% to €6.150 bln, the Central Statistics Office (KSH) said in a first reading of data today.
The surplus grew by €184 mln from the same month of the previous year, KSH said. The office added that the country’s exports to the EU accounted for about 80% of the total, in euro terms, in January, while imports from other EU members made up approximately 76% of the total.
KSH is scheduled to publish a second reading of the data on April 1.
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