Investment volume in Hungary rose by an annual 10.8 percent in Q2, albeit from a low pandemic base, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said on Tuesday. Investments in machinery jumped by 23.9 percent and construction investments increased by 3.2 percent. In a quarter-on-quarter comparison, investment volume rose a seasonally-adjusted 3.6 percent. In absolute terms, Q2 investments reached 2,760 billion forints (EUR 7.9bn). Construction investments accounted for about 57 percent of the total.