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“Explosive” Investor Demand for Gold Hits China

A high level executive with Industrial and Commercial Bank of China told Reuters last week that demand for gold and gold-related investments, such as gold coins, is growing at an “explosive” pace in China due to higher inflation worries in China.

 
PRLog - Feb. 24, 2011 - A high level executive with Industrial and Commercial Bank of China told Reuters last week that demand for gold and gold-related investments, such as gold coins, is growing at an “explosive” pace in China due to higher inflation worries in China.

The bank sold seven tons of physical gold in January, compared with 15 tons of gold bullion sold in all of 2010. Additionally, the Chinese imports of gold in 2010 increased five times from the amount imported in 2009.

The inflation rate in China has hit 4.9 percent in January, a substantial jump from January of last year.

Despite the increase in demand from China, gold coins are still within four percent of their record January 3 price. The price of gold coins is expected to increase in the next few weeks due to inflation concerns in the United States and China as well as government unrest in the Middle East.

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Source:Global Gold Group
Country:United States
Industry:Banking, Finance, Government
Tags:gold, gold coins, price of gold, china, inflation, economy, price of silver, gold price per ounce, silver coin, platinum
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