China's holdings of US Treasury bonds in September hit their lowest in a year, but the country remained the largest foreign buyer of US government debt, data released on Friday by US Department of the Treasury showed.
China's holdings of US Treasuries fell by $13.7 billion to $1.151 trillion US dollars in September.
Meanwhile, Japan, the second largest foreign buyer, was also a net seller of US Treasuries in September, with its holdings falling to a one-year low of $1.028 billion.
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