A trader counts US dollars. — File Photo
A trader counts US dollars. — File Photo

KARACHI: Pakistan’s total liquid foreign reserves stood at $15,298.4 million on August 10, 2012, State Bank of Pakistan said Thursday.

According to break-up, foreign reserves held by SBP were $10,825.2 million and net foreign reserves held by banks (other than SBP) $4,473.2 million.

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@omermallhi
August 16, 2012 11:28 am
so how long can we survive without asking for loans and not to forget repaying the previous ones.
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