Central banks became net buyers of gold in the second quarter of 2009, and have added 1,100 metric tons to global gold reserves since then."The list of countries actively adding to their official gold holdings remains heavily concentrated in developing markets, which partly reflects the scale of growth in the reserves of these markets over the recent years," said the report.
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