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China’s foreign exchange reserves fell unexpectedly in September


China’s foreign currency reserves unexpectedly fell in September as the global economy was pressured by the coronavirus pandemic.

The country’s foreign exchange reserves, the largest in the world, stood at $3.143 trillion, compared with $3.169 trillion tipped by a Reuters poll of analysts and $3.165 trillion in August, according to data released by the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) on Wednesday.

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