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Gold Report China

Gold Report China



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Published by: zerohedge on Mar 29, 2010
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Gold in the Year of the Tiger
The World Gold Council’s mission is to stimulateand sustain the demand or gold and to createenduring value or its stakeholders. The organisationrepresents the world’s leading gold miningcompanies, who produce more than 60% o theworld’s annual gold production in a responsiblemanner and whose Chairmen and CEOs orm theBoard o the World Gold Council (WGC).As the gold industry’s key market developmentbody, WGC works with multiple partners to createstructural shits in demand and to promote theuse o gold in all its orms; as an investment byopening new market channels and making gold’swealth preservation qualities better understood;in jewellery through the development o the premiummarket and the protection o the mass market; inindustry through the development o the electronicsmarket and the support o emerging technologiesand in government aairs through engagement inmacro-economic policy issues, lowering regulatorybarriers to gold ownership and the promotion o gold as a reserve asset.The WGC is a commercially-driven organisation andis ocussed on creating a new prominence or gold.It has its headquarters in London and operationsin the key gold demand centres o India, China,the Middle East and United States. The WGC isthe leading source o independent research andknowledge on the international gold market andon gold’s role in meeting the social and economicdemands o society.
About The World Gold Council
China gold reportGold in the Year o the Tiger 
Origins o gold demand 8Overview o the early gold market 9Recent economic trends 10Demand continues to strengthen in China 16China’s market share o demand on gold and selected commodities 21Gold price and seasonality 22Jewellery potential demand growth given current low per capita level 23Investment an opportunity to play catch up? 27Industrial demand 40Central Bank the People’s Bank o China 45
Overview 52Mine supply 53Gold producers domestic and oreign 56Rising cost o production 58Mine supply growth taking a closer look at reserves and resources 59

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