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Forex reserves increase substantially in 1st 2 months
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An informed source told China Business News that China's foreign reserves increased by US$110 billion in first two months of 2008. This figure surpasses one quarter of the entire gain in 2007. The reserves increased by US$61.6 billion in January, the largest monthly increase to date and jumped by US$57.3 billion in February.

No government official has confirmed the information until now.

For more details, please read the full story in Chinese. (http://www.china-cbn.com/s/n/000002/20080326/000000090646.shtml)

(China.org.cn, March 26, 2008)


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