Feb. 2 (Bloomberg) -- South Korea’s foreign-exchange reserves rose in January as the euro and pound strengthened against the dollar and the central bank made gains by managing assets.
Reserves climbed by $4.94 billion to $311.3 billion at the end of January from a month earlier, the Bank of Korea said in a statement today.
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