Hungary posted a trade deficit in September of 652 million euros, according to a first reading of Central Statistical Office (KSH) data published on Wednesday. The gap narrowed from 1.580 billion in August. Exports increased by an annual 27.5% to 13.214 billion euros, while imports were up 32.8% at 13.867 billion. Trade with other European Union member states accounted for 76% of Hungary’s exports and 67% of its imports during the month. In the Jan-Sept period, Hungary’s exports grew by an annual 19.6% to 105.132 billion euros, while imports rose by 29.7% to 110.839 billion. The trade deficit amounted to 5.707 billion euros in the period.