||T&T Gross Foreign Assets - US$ Millions
||T&T Total Foreign Liabilities - US$ Millions
||T&T Net Foreign Position - US$ Millions
||Net Official Reserves - US$ Millions
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International reserves have been revised to include Trinidad and Tobago’s reserve position in the IMF. International reserves are defined as external assets that are readily available to and controlled by monetary authorities for direct financing of payments imbalances, for indirectly regulating the magnitudes of such imbalances through intervention in exchange markets and for other purposes. Typically, they include a country’s holding of foreign currency and deposits, securities, gold, IMF special drawing rights (SDRs), reserve position in the IMF, and other claims (Balance of Payments Manual 6th Edition Paragraph 6.64).