India has surpassed the Netherlands to move into the list of top10 countries in terms of total gold reserves. According to the World Gold Council, India has gold reserves totalling 618.2 tonnes, which is marginally higher than the Netherlands’ reserves of 612.5 tonnes.
According to the World Gold Council, the U.S. leads the country list with total gold reserves of 8,133.5 tonnes followed by Germany with 3,366.8 tonnes, while in individual country list India ranked 9th. In overall list India ranked 10th because the International Monetary Fund (IMF) occupies the third position after the U.S. and Germany.
Source: The Hindu