Germany's Repatriation of Goldby Jacob G. Hornberger
Jan. 21, 2013
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Germany has announced that itís going to repatriate 374 metric tons of its gold that it has stored with the Federal Reserve in New York City. While Germany claims that it will continue leave 1200 tons of gold in the United States, this might actually be the start of a full removal of its gold and its return to Germany. In fact, Germany also announced a full repatriation of all 374 metric tons of its gold from France.