Country stood at 6th position in forex market.

By bne IntelliNews September 8, 2010
Hong Kong stood in the sixth position in the global foreign exchange market. As reported by news.gov.hk, according to the Bank for International Settlements triennial survey, Hong Kong posted a USD 56.6bn increase and ranked fourth after the UK, the US and Japan, in terms of dollar amount increases in foreign exchange trading activity. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority stated that the country's official foreign currency reserve assets rose USD 700mn to USD 261.4bn during August this year as compared to USD 260.7bn recorded in July.

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