Japan's foreign currency reserves fall under 1 trillion dollars

Business Materials 5 September 2008 07:11 (UTC +04:00)

Japan's foreign currency reserves fell under 1 trillion dollars in August, in the first drop in three months, the finance ministry in Tokyo said Friday, reported dpa.

The reserves fell 7.92 trillion dollars in August to 996.74 trillion dollars.

Japan is the world's second-largest economy and has the second largest fund of international currency, gold and other assets after China.