Thai International Reserves Decrease
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Thai International Reserves Decrease – RTTNews.com, January 13, 2012
Thailand’s international reserves fell to $174.4 billion in the week ended January 6 from $175 billion in the week ended December 30, data from Bank of Thailand showed Friday.
Gold reserves totaled $7.99 billion, up from $7.73 billion in the previous week. Special Drawing Rights amounted to $1.49 billion, almost unchanged from the previous week.
Thailand’s reserve position with the International Monetary Fund fell slightly to $692.9 million from $695 million. Foreign currency reserves totaled $164.2 billion, compared to $165.2 billion in the previous week.

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One Response to Thai International Reserves Decrease
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  1. Wiz says:

    I got the latest figure of Banknotes printed by BOT – it has been increased from 1 Trillion Baht ιn the late 2010 into 1.2 trillion Baht in the late 2011 – with the extra cash of ten-hundred billion Baht during the need during News year festival
    http://www.prachachat.net/news_detail.php?newsid=1323932298&grpid=&catid=00&subcatid=0000

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