Monday, November 24, 2014   

China's forex reserves hit US$4 trillion
(06-12 18:59)

The mainland's foreign exchange reserves have risen to around US$4 trillion. The figure was up from US$3.95 trillion at the end of March.
The latest figure is also more than triple the amount held by Japan which is the world's second-largest holder of foreign reserves. The surge of foreign exchange reserves on the mainland was mainly due to real economic activities instead of hot capital inflows.--RTHK   
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