Mexico's net international reserves rose to $52.199 on April 11 from $52.042 billion on April 4, the central bank said on Tuesday.
Banco de Mexico also said that its international assets as of the same date rose to $54.463 billion compared to $54.021 billion the week before.
The central bank said the increase of $442 million in net assets during the period was due to:
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