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China's foreign exchange reserves stood at USD3.2218 trillion by the end of May, an increase of 0.74% from the previous month, driven by the recent appreciation of non-U.S. currencies, the rise in major financial assets prices and the rapid growth in exports, the Economic Information Daily reported citing the State Administration of Foreign Exchange. Looking forward, the country's forex supply and demand will be balanced as the yuan fluctuates, while the continued recovery supports the stability of forex reserves, the daily said citing Wen Bin, chief researcher of China Minsheng Bank.