Feb. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Kazakhstan’s gross international currency and gold reserves rose 13 percent to $33.2 billion in January from the previous month, after dropping 8.9 percent in December, the central bank said in the statement on its website today.
The country’s oil fund assets advanced 4.2 percent to $45.5 billion in January, according to the statement.
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