State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) Foreign exchange reserves, during the week ending on July 3, rose by $810 million to $12.04 billion.
As per to the central bank’s weekly report, the hike has been attributed to proceeds of $1,000 million as loan disbursement from China to Pakistan.
The State Bank of Pakistan said during the week, also made government’s external debt payments of $231.2 million.
The report said that, the foreign exchange reserves held by the SBP hiked by $8 million to $6.74 billion, Overall, liquid foreign currency reserves held by the country stood at $18.79 billion, Report reads
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