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China's foreign exchange reserves stood at CNY3.17 trillion at the end of March, down CNY35 billion or 1.09% from the end of February, according to the China State Administration of Foreign Exchange. The reduction was due to the gain in the U.S. dollar index and a fall in bond prices of major countries, said Deputy Director Wang Chunying. China's strengthening domestic economy will keep the scale of foreign exchange reserves stable, Wang said.