Central Bank of Jordan strategic reserves stand at $15.852bln
The reserves can cover the Kingdom's imports of goods and services for 8.9 months
By Staff Writer, The Jordan Times
AMMAN - The foreign currency reserves at the Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ) by the end of the first five months of 2021 went up to $15.852 billion, compared with $14.276 billion in the same period of 2020, the CBJ said on Thursday.
The bank noted that the reserves can cover the Kingdom's imports of goods and services for 8.9 months, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.
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