Pakistan's For Ex reserves up US$85.3m

PAKISTAN - The foreign exchange reserves of Pakistan have registered an increase of US$85.3 million over the previous week.

According to the weekly statement of State Bank of Pakistan on Thursday, the total liquid foreign reserves held by the country stood at US$4,404.4 million as on 1 December 2001 against $4,319.1 million on 24 Nov.

These reserves include $2,811.5 million held by the State Bank of Pakistan and $1,592.9 million held by other banks.

The major jump was witnessed in the reserves held

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