Retail sales in Hungary grew by an annual 5.4 percent in July, slowing from 6.8 percent in June, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said on Friday in a release of a second reading of the data.
Calendar year-adjusted data show retail sales were up an annual 5.3 percent in July.
The unadjusted and adjusted figures were the same as the first reading.
Adjusted food sales were up 1.9 percent in July, non-food sales climbed by 9.4 percent, and fuel sales were up 5.6 percent.
In absolute terms, retail sales came to 996 billion forints in July.
In January-July calendar year-adjusted and unadjusted retail sales rose by an annual 6.7 percent. Adjusted food sales rose by 4 percent, non-food sales climbed by 9.8 percent, and fuel sales increased by 7.2 percent.