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China overtakes India in gold demand in 2013: WGC

Posted on 19 February 2014

For the first time India lost its tag of the world’s largest gold consumer to China, which lapped up 1,065.8 tonnes of the precious metal in 2013, says a World Gold Council report. India’s demand came down to 974.8 tonnes following wide- scale curbs imposed by the government to tame hunger for the precious metal, according to WGC’s ‘Gold Demand Trend 2013′.
Despite the massive increase in customs duty and many restrictions that the Centre put on jewellery imports, India consumed more gold than 2012, when it stood at 864 tonnes. In China, the total demand stood at 806.8 tonnes in 2012. “While China has put in infrastructure that was in favour of gold, India has turned away from it………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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