Qatar boosted gold reserves to record levels
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Qatar boosts gold reserves to record levels after buying 14.8 tonnes in July.
The Qatar Central Bank is the latest bank to announce an increase in its holding of precious metals.
Reserve data from the central bank shows it bought 14.8 tonnes of gold last month.
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