China's Gold market: progress and prospects

The report examines the factors that have driven China’s rise to become the number one producer and consumer of gold since the market began liberalising in the late 1990s and consumers were first allowed to buy gold. It also highlights why despite this steep growth in demand, the market will continue to expand, irrespective of short term blips in the economy.

Albert L. H. Cheng
Managing Director, Far East

The report examines the factors that have driven China’s rise to become the number one producer and consumer of gold since the market began liberalising in the late 1990s and consumers were first allowed to buy gold. It also highlights why despite this steep growth in demand, the market will continue to expand, irrespective of short term blips in the economy.