Dec 21 (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund said it had concluded the sale of 403.3 tonnes of gold under a program approved in September 2009 to help boost its lending resources. All gold sales were at market prices, including direct sales to official holders. The fund adopted a plan last year to diversify its sources of income and increase low-cost lending to poor countries by up to $17 billion through 2014. It ultimately sold some 222 tonnes in direct deals to central banks in ...
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