March 7 (Bloomberg) -- German lawmakers will review the Bundesbank’s management of the country’s gold reserves, Bild Zeitung reported, citing unidentified parliamentarians.
Parliament’s Budget Committee will assess how the central bank manages its inventory of the metal that is stored in Frankfurt, Paris, London and New York, the newspaper said. The Federal Audit Office has criticized the Bundesbank’s lax inventory controls, Bild said.
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