The World Gold Council partnered with the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) to organize a 2-day seminar examining gold’s role in promoting socio-economic development and stability in sovereign reserve portfolios.
New research demonstrates further the constructive role responsible gold mining plays in supporting sustainable socio-economic development, particularly in host nations.
Latest Investment research report published by the World Gold Council, highlighting the benefits of investing in gold, explaining the relationship between gold and the US dollar.
The gold industry contributed more than US$210 billion to the world's economy in 2012 - roughly equivalent to the GDP of the Republic of Ireland, Czech Republic or Beijing - new research released today reveals.
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The World Gold Council today publishes a Guidance Note on “all-in sustaining costs” and “all-in costs” metrics, which gold mining companies can use to report their costs as part of their overall reporting disclosure.
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Italian business leaders (92%) and citizens (85%) overwhelmingly agree that the nation’s gold reserves have an important and positive role to play in the country’s economic recovery.
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