SHANGHAI, Sept. 7 (SMM) – China’s gold reserves were unchanged at the end of August compared with the end of July, but their value increased.
According to the People's Bank of China (PBOC), the country’s gold reserves were 59.24 million ounces as of the end of August, which valued at $77.7 billion, up from $75 billion at the end of July.
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