gold reserves

gold reserves
фин. золотые запасы [резервы\] (часть официальных золотовалютных резервов государства, хранящаяся в форме стандартных золотых слитков; обычно хранителем золотых запасов является центральных банк)
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золотые резервы: часть официальных золотовалютных резервов государства в форме стандартных слитков (обычно в управлении центрального банка); gold and foreign exchange reserves.
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золотой запас государства
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Финансы/Кредит/Валюта
золотой запас
централизованный резервный фонд золота в слитках и монетах, находящихся в распоряжении центрального банка или казначейства страны
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Международные экономические отношения
золотой запас
резервный фонд золота в слитках и монетах, принадлежащий центральному эмиссионному банку или казначейству страны

Англо-русский экономический словарь.

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