World International Reserves: leaders and outsiders

International reserves are financial resources, usually in the form of funds, that are held in reserve and can be passed between the central banks of different countries with relative ease. Typically, international reserves are in the form of a specific currency, but may also take the form of some type of precious metal such as gold.

As for 2012 China has closed up to 30% of World International Reserves and has continued to head the list like for the past 6 years. In 2007 China surpassed Japan that had been leading since 1993.

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