Employees arrange gold jewelry at a store in Huaibei, Anhui province. (Photo: China Daily)
BEIJING - China's gold reserves stood at 62.64 million ounces at the end of June, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) said Tuesday.
The total value of the gold reserves reached around $110.76 billion, up from $108.29 billion for May.
SAFE data also showed that China's foreign exchange reserves expanded to $3.1123 trillion at the end of June, from $3.1017 trillion at the end of May.