Economy

China's gold reserves rose to 63.67 million ounces by the end of November

Official data received from the National Foreign Exchange Authority last Wednesday showed that China’s gold reserves rose to 63. 63 million ounces by the end of November, up from 62.64 million ounces at the end of last October.

The results of official data, published by the Chinese news agency (Xinhua), showed that the country’s foreign exchange reserves rose to 3.1175 trillion US dollars at the end of November, an increase of 2.13 percent compared to the end of the previous month.