Weekly foreign reserves increased by USD 1.97bn as on January 21.

By bne IntelliNews February 1, 2011
India's foreign exchange reserves increased by USD 1.97bn and totaled USD 299.39bn for the week ended on January 21 this year, as compared to USD 297.41bn recorded in the previous week ending January 14. As reported by Asia Pulse, the Reserve Bank stated that the foreign currency assets also increased to USD 269.55bn, up USD 1.685bn during the period.

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