Hungary’s trade surplus reached 1.263 billion euros in September, widening from 665 million in the previous month, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said in a first reading of data on Wednesday. Exports fell by an annual 5.1% to 12.756 billion euros, slipping for the second month in a row. Imports dropped by 19.4% to 11.493 billion euros, declining for the sixth month in a row. Trade with other European Union member states accounted for 76% of Hungary’s exports and 69% of its imports during the month. In January-September, Hungary’s exports increased by an annual 7.1% to 112.756 billion euros, while imports fell by 5.2% to 105.906 billion. The trade surplus reached 6.849 billion euros.