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China Has Added Nearly 100 Tons of Gold to Its Reserves

  • Mainland central bank raises holdings for ninth straight month
  • Official sector demand spurred by drive to diversify reserves
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China has added almost 100 tons of gold to its reserves since it resumed buying in December, with the consistent run of accumulation coming amid a rally in prices and the drag of the trade war with Washington.