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Top 10 countries with largest gold holdings

Beginning in 2010, central banks around the world turned to be net buyers of gold from net sellers of gold. Last year, they collectively added 483 tons, with Russia and China accounting for most of the activity. As of May, central banks owned 32,754 tons, or about 17.8 percent of the total amount of gold ever mined, according to the World Gold Council.
Let's take a look at the top 10 countries that have most gold reserve.
No 10 India (557.7 tons)
No 9 Netherlands (612.5 tons)
No 8 Japan (765.2 tons)
No 7 Switzerland(1,040 tons)
No 6 Russia(1,460.4 tons)
No 5 China(1,797.5 tons)
No 4 France (2,435.7 tons)
No 3 Italy (2,451.8 tons)
No 2 Germany (3,381 tons)
No 1 United States (8,133.5 tons)
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