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reserve assets in the International Monetary Fund

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The foreign exchange reserves consist of securities and deposits denominated in foreign currencies plus International Monetary Fund (IMF) reserve positions, IMF special drawing rights (SDRs) and gold.
Foreign reserves, excluding those held by overseas branch offices of South Korean financial institutions, consist of convertible foreign currencies, gold and IMF special drawing rights.
Under the plan, developed countries would invest $100 billion in IMF special drawing rights (SDRs) in carbon-cutting projects in developing nations.
Japan had $2.66 billion in IMF reserve positions, up from $2.63 billion in November, and $3.03 billion in IMF special drawing rights, growing from $2.94 billion a month earlier.
As of June 30, foreign currency reserves stood at USD 1.216 trillion, IMF reserves at USD 14.90 billion, IMF special drawing rights at USD 20.16 billion and gold at USD 32.35 billion.
Japan had $2.63 billion in IMF reserve positions, up from $1.42 billion in October, and $2.94 billion in IMF special drawing rights compared with $2.91 billion a month earlier.
As of May 31, foreign currency reserves stood at USD 1.219 trillion, IMF reserves at USD 13.28 billion, IMF special drawing rights at USD 20.10 billion and gold at USD 30.77 billion.
The country had $1.55 billion in IMF reserve positions, down from $1.61 billion in July, and $3.07 billion in IMF special drawing rights compared with $3.15 billion a month earlier.
As of January 31, foreign currency reserves stood at USD 1.211 trillion, IMF reserves at USD 14.27 billion, IMF special drawing rights at USD 20.05 billion and gold at USD 30.78 billion.
The country had $1.61 billion in IMF reserve positions, down from $1.67 billion in June, and $3.15 billion in IMF special drawing rights compared with $3.18 billion a month earlier.
As of December 31, foreign currency reserves stood at USD 1.202 trillion, IMF reserves at USD 14.20 billion, IMF special drawing rights at USD 20.13 billion and gold at USD 29.56 billion.