Egypt forex reserves fall $448m in Nov
Cairo, December 6, 2012
Egypt's net foreign currency reserves fell by $448 million to $15.04 billion during November, figures on the central bank website showed.
The reserves stood at $15.48 billion at the end of October, and at $20.15 billion at the end of November 2011. – Reuters
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