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The World Gold Council expands its Market Intelligence Group with two new appointments in India and China

Published 16th June 2015

The World Gold Council, the market development organisation for the gold industry, today announces the appointment of Mukesh Kumar and Carole Lu to the Market Intelligence Group, which provides comprehensive research, analysis and insight on the global gold industry.

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Published 16th June 2015

The World Gold Council, the market development organisation for the gold industry, today announces the appointment of Mukesh Kumar and Carole Lu to the Market Intelligence Group, which provides comprehensive research, analysis and insight on the global gold industry.

Published 3rd June 2015

A new report released today from the World Gold Council, produced in association with Maxwell Stamp, a leading international economics consultancy, reveals that the gold mining industry directly contributed around US$83.1 billion to the global economy in 2013. 

Published 14th May 2015

The first three months of 2015 saw stable gold demand, according to the latest Gold Demands Trends report from the World Gold Council. Total demand for Q1 2015 was 1,079 tonnes (t), down just 1% on the same period last year.

Published 14th May 2015

世界黄金协会(World Gold Council)最新的2015年1-3月第一季度《黄金需求趋势报告》数据显示,2015年前三个月全球黄金需求总体持稳,达1,079公吨,同比下降1%。

Published 5th March 2015

“The Ups and Downs of Gold Recycling: Understanding Market Drivers and Industry Challenges,” written and published today by the World Gold Council and The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), analysesthe economic drivers of the global gold recycling market and highlights important future industry trends including; a shift in concentration of gold recycling from west to east, increased difficulty in obtaining gold from electronic products as less is used in modern devices, and potential consolidation within the recycling industry across the entire value chain.

Published 12th February 2015

2014 saw a stabilisation of the gold market as it pulled back from the extremes of 2013, according to the latest Gold Demand Trends full year report from the World Gold Council. Annual gold demand was 3,924 tonnes (t), 4% lower than 2013. The year ended strongly, with gold demand in Q4 2014 up 6% year on year to 987t, driven by demand for jewellery and central bank buying.

Published 12th February 2015

ワールド ゴールド カウンシルがまとめた最新の『ゴールド・デマンド・トレンド』によると、2014 年通期 の世界の金需要は2013 年の極端な需要から落ち着いた水準へと安定化しました。通年の金需要 は3,924 トンで、2013 年から4%低下しました。第4 四半期の需要は宝飾品と中央銀行による購入を 牽引役として前年同期比6%増の987 トンとなり、旺盛な需要と共に1 年を締めくくりました。

Published 22nd January 2015

A new report “Turkey: gold in action” from the World Gold Council, released today, explores the role gold plays in the daily life of the world’s fourth largest consumer of gold, as well as examining its contribution to supporting the national economy.

Published 15th January 2015

Today, the Shanghai Gold Exchange and the World Gold Council, the market development organisation for the gold industry, signed a ‘Memorandum of Understanding’ regarding a ‘Comprehensive Strategic Cooperation Agreement.’ The Shanghai Gold Exchange is the largest physical gold exchange worldwide and the World Gold Council is the global authority on the gold industry. Together, these two organisations are joining hands to support the development of both domestic and international gold trading in China by leveraging the opportunity provided by the internationalisation of the Chinese gold market, through the Shanghai Free Trade Zone, to support market expansion. The agreement will support the development of gold investment products and solutions for the industry and investors both regionally and globally.

Published 13th January 2015

The World Gold Council, the market development organisation for the gold industry, is partnering with Global Good, a collaboration between Intellectual Ventures and Bill Gates to invent technology that improves life in developing countries. The partners aim to conduct technical evaluations of methods to improve the sensitivity, further the reach, and enhance the reliability, of rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) for febrile diseases, with an emphasis on malaria.

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