Hungary had a 923 million euro trade deficit in October, a second reading of data released by the Central Statistical Office (KSH) on Thursday shows. The gap was revised downward from 1.009 billion euros in a first reading of data released on Dec. 8. Exports rose by 22% to 12.5 billion euros, while imports increased by 26% to 13.4 billion euros. Hungary’s terms of trade deteriorated by 5.9% during the period as the forint weakened 16% to the euro and 37% to the dollar. Export volume rose by an annual 11%, while import volume was up 7.6%. Adjusted for calendar year effects, export volume was up 10% and import volume 8.8%.