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Luxembourg has decided to sell all its gold reserves in 2016, even though the country ranks as the world’s sixth-largest gold producer and its reserves have a market value of some $32 billion, Reuters reports.

In a government policy document published Thursday, Luxembourg’s Ministry of the Economy and Public Finance said the sale will include the deposits its state-owned Société Générale (SGBS) Bank holds in the form of gold in cash in offshore vault accounts, as well as gold deposits in various European countries.

Luxembourg’s $32 billion gold reserves are worth about $1.6 billion at their current market price, and SGBS is one of the world’s biggest depositors in bullion, holding some 11 percent of the global gold market, according to the industry website

The banking group declined to comment on the sell-down, which is likely to take place this year.

The Belgian-based SGBS has been a gold bullion market leader for decades€/