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Gold pours into China to meet record demand

Gold shipped from Hong Kong to the mainland, used as a proxy for Chinese demand as bullion imports are a state secret, nearly tripled to 855 tonnes in the year to September

Reuters  |  Singapore 

Gold shipped from Hong Kong to the mainland, used as a proxy for Chinese demand as bullion imports are a state secret, nearly tripled to 855 tonnes in the year to September China, set to pass India this year, as the world's top gold consumer, has imported a fifth more bullion than data from its traditional conduit Hong Kong show, as it brings in the metal via other routes. Gold shipped from Hong Kong to the mainland, used as a proxy for Chinese demand as bullion imports are a state secret, nearly tripled to 855 tonnes in the year to September. But a surge in China's gold ...

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