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 Riyadh: Saudi Arabia topped the Arab world and ranked 16th worldwide for largest gold reserves, with 323 tonnes, according to Akhbaar24.

They are followed in the Arab region by Lebanon (286.80 tonnes), Algeria (173.60); Libya (116.60); Iraq (96.30) and Kuwait (79).

Other Arab countries cited in the list are: Jordan (43.50); Qatar (37.50); Syria (25.80); Morocco (22.10); UAE (7.50); Tunisia (6.80); Bahrain (4.70); Yemen (1.60) and Oman (0.02 tons).

The USA topped the world with the largest gold reserves (8,133.5), followed by Germany (3,367.90), Italy (2,451.80), Russia (2,119.20) and China (1,864.30).