Gross International Reserves in Asia and the Pacific, Asian Development Outlook
Figures are as of ADB's Asian Development Outlook (ADO) 2020, released in April 2020.
Gross international reserves are defined as the US dollar value of holdings of foreign exchange, special drawing rights, reserve position in the IMF, and gold at the end of a given period. For Taipei,China, this heading refers to foreign exchange reserves only. In some economies, the rubric is foreign assets and reserves of national monetary authorities and national oil funds, i.e., foreign assets of the Maldives Monetary Authority, net foreign reserves of the State Bank of Pakistan, and assets of the National Oil Fund of Azerbaijan.
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|Language||English (United States)|
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Economic and social data published by ADB’s Economic Research and Development Impact Department (ERDI).