South Korea’s foreign exchange reserve
jumped on month in September the Bank of Korea says the reserves amounted to four
hundred and three billion u.s. dollars last month up 1.8 billion dollars from
August the central bank attributed the rise to increase in revenue from its
investments in foreign assets as of the end of August South Korea had the
world’s ninth and largest foreign exchange reserves with China remaining
at the top of the pile

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4 thoughts on “S. Korea’s foreign exchange reserves rise US$ 1.8 bil. m/m to US$ 403.3 bil. in Sept.”

  1. Unfortunately, these foreign reserve numbers are very likely to be forged. The real number should be around USD100B…

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