Foreign reserves of Pakistan witnessed a decline of USD 141 million after external debt repayments of US$ 156.1 were made by March 15, State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) said.
As per to the SBP, the total liquid foreign reserves held by the country stood at US$ 18,618.3 million on 15 May.
The foreign reserves of Pakistan held by the State Bank stand at $12,129.3 million while commercial banks hold liquid foreign reserves of $6,489 million, According to a break-up of the reserves provided by the SBP
It further said that during the week ending on 15 May, the State Bank of Pakistan`s reserves decreased by US$ 141 million to US$ 12,129.3 million as external debt repayments of US$ 156.1 million were made.
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