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Cold countries Compared by Transport > Maritime > Total reserves in months of imports

DEFINITION: Total reserves in months of imports. Total reserves comprise holdings of monetary gold, special drawing rights, reserves of IMF members held by the IMF, and holdings of foreign exchange under the control of monetary authorities. The gold component of these reserves is valued at year-end (December 31) London prices. This item shows reserves expressed in terms of the number of months of imports of goods and services they could pay for [Reserves/(Imports/12)].

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 China 19.01 2012
2 Switzerland 14.16 2012
3 Russia 11.53 2012
4 Nepal 9.62 2012
5 Bhutan 8.78 2012
6 Romania 7.43 2012
7 Denmark 6.17 2012
8 Mongolia 5.5 2012
9 Bosnia and Herzegovina 5.39 2012
10 Iceland 5.34 2012
11 Poland 5.02 2012
12 Republic of Macedonia 5 2012
13 Latvia 4.56 2012
14 Chile 4.55 2012
15 Hungary 4.31 2012
16 Armenia 3.87 2012
17 Kazakhstan 3.77 2012
18 Kyrgyzstan 3.72 2012
19 Norway 3.59 2012
20 Czech Republic 3.39 2012
21 Georgia 3.33 2012
22 Lithuania 2.73 2012
23 Ukraine 2.65 2012
24 Sweden 2.4 2012
25 United States 2.08 2012
26 Belarus 1.9 2012
27 Germany 1.76 2012
28 Tajikistan 1.41 2012
29 Austria 1.32 2012
30 Canada 1.21 2012
31 United Kingdom 1.17 2012
32 Finland 1.1 2012
33 Belgium 0.796 2012
34 Slovakia 0.342 2012
35 Slovenia 0.339 2012
36 Estonia 0.165 2012
37 Ireland 0.0709 2012
38 Luxembourg 0.0421 2012

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