Although the country's gross international reserves edged down by only $0.
What does GIR stand for?
GIR stands for Gross International Reserves (banking)
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We have 54 other meanings of GIR in our Acronym Attic
- Glider Infantry Regiment (US military; WWII era)
- Global India Radio
- Global Info Research (Hong Kong)
- Global Instant Rendezvous
- Glucose Infusion Rate
- Goods Inspection Report
- Gouvernement Intérimaire Rwandais (French: Interim Government of Rwanda; Rwanda)
- Greens in Regulation
- Gregorian Instrument Rotator
- Grenoble Isère Roumanie (French; Romanian initiative association)
- Groupe d'Intervention Rapide (French: Rapid Response Unit)
- Groupe Interdisciplinaire de Réflexion (French: Interdisciplinary Reflection Group)
- Groupes d'Intervention Régionaux (French: Regional Intervention Groups)
- Growth Incentive Rebate
- Grupo de Representaciones Internacionales, SA
- Guaranteed Insurability Rider (insurance)
- Guide Interprète Régional (French: Regional Interpreter Guide; tourism)
- Guided Independent Reading
- German Internet Research List (German Society for Online Research)
- Garden Isle Racing Association (est.1999; Hawaii)
Samples in periodicals archive:
5 million special withdrawal rights, which will help to boost levels of gross international reserves.
Overall, these resulted in a balance of payments deficit, with gross international reserves declining from seven and a half months of imports in 2007 to five and a half months in 2008.
If the authorities' financing strategy succeeds and donor support is in line with projections, gross international reserves should increase by more than $1 billion during 2008, reflecting expected deposits from Gulf countries at the Banque du Liban," the report said.
The gross international reserves of the National Bank of Kyrgyzstan came to $1.
Thailand's balance of payment situation is expected to remain strong in the near future and the gross international reserves are expected to be about 32 to 34 billion dollars.