China's gold demand to double in 10 years

11:12, May 20, 2011      

Email | Print | Subscribe | Comments | Forum 

According to the first quarter report "Gold Demand Trend in China," released by the China office of the World Gold Council, China has become the second biggest gold consumer market, and its demand for gold will double in the next 10 years.

With China's great contribution to the global gold market in the first quarter of 2011, the quantity of the global demand for gold amounts to 981.3 tons, 11 percent higher than a year earlier, the report indicates. The demand for gold jewelry in China in the first quarter hit a fresh record high, totaling 142.9 tons, 21 percent more than a year before.

By People's Daily Online

BRICS Leaders Meeting 2011
Japan in aftershocks
  Weekly review  
May 12   No winners in U.S. hi-tech export controls
May 12   China should view livelihood issues from strategic perspective
May 11   Syria will not be another Libya
May 06   Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway to launch 10-day trial run
May 14   The week in pictures
May 11   2000-year-old wine unearthed in Henan province
May 11   Scientist: China plans to build lunar research base
May 09   Apple employee, customer reach settlement after Beijing iPad brawl
May 12   Wenchuan Reconstruction: 'Chinese miracle' impresses world
May 12   No winners in U.S. hi-tech export controls


  • Do you have anything to say?


Special Coverage
  • 3rd Anniversary Of Wenchuan Earthquake
  • Third China-U.S. Strategic and Economic Dialogue
Major headlines
Editor's Pick
  • World's major helicopter brands gather at Russian exhibition
  • Mildred Baena identified as mother of Arnold's love child
  • Artistic atmosphere in Cannes
  • Italian tries setting new Apnea diving record
  • 13 students contend in Ukrainian round of 4th 'Chinese Bridge' competition
  • Serbia urged to work harder toward meeting EU membership requirements
Hot Forum Dicussion