As of end-April, Hong Kong ranked as the world's seventh largest holder of foreign currency reserves after Japan, China, Taiwan, Korea, Russia and India.
The latest level of foreign exchange reserves represent more than six times the currency in circulation, said HKMA, the territory's de-facto central bank.
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