Kazakhstan's foreign currency, gold reserves up

KAZAKHSTAN - Kazakhstan's foreign currency and gold reserves, including the National Fund's finances and the National Bank's gross foreign currency and gold reserves, have gone up by 1 per cent since the beginning of August, amounting to 4.58bn dollars.

BBC Monitoring reports from Moscow that the Kazakh National Bank revealed on Friday that the National Fund's reserves are estimated at 1.67bn dollars.

The National Bank said that in the first half of August, its net currency reserves increased by 9

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