Hungary posted a trade surplus of 678 million euros in April, up from 185 million the same month a year earlier, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said in a first reading of data. Exports grew by an annual 4.5% to 9.428 billion euros, while imports were up 2.6% at 8.750 billion. Fully 82% of exports and 75% of imports were traded with other European Union member states. For January-May, exports increased by 5.2% to 46.044 billion euros and imports rose by 6.4% to 43.268 billion. The trade surplus in the first five months of the year was 2.776 billion euros, narrowing by 347 million from the same period last year.