China’s golden landmarks by The Real Asset Company

As we approach Chinese New Year and the news that China imported nearly 800 tonnes of gold in 2012, gold investment business The Real Asset Company takes a look at China’s infamous landmarks and combines them with the country’s love for gold.
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Feb. 6, 2013 - PRLog -- Had the Bird’s Nest been constructed from gold, rather than steel, do you know how many gold bars would have been needed?

And if you were to lay the length of the Great Wall of China how many LBMA good delivery bars would it take?

China’s personal gold investment is also worth considering.

It is both historical and increasingly common knowledge that during times of financial crises we turn to safe-havens, such as gold. The Chinese have not let us down, with many speculating that the country is close to accumulating nearly 6,000 tonnes of gold.

Did you know for instance that the wealthy citizens living in the Yangtze River Delta region saw their wealth increase by exactly the same amount seen in the gold price last year?

Read the 8 top facts about China and gold on our website

About The Real Asset Company

The Real Asset Company is an open market place for individuals to buy gold bullion online, in LBMA approved vaults in London, Geneva and Singapore. Gold bullion is allocated into your name at the point of sale, meaning the gold instantly becomes your legal property. If you own more than 1kg of gold, we can even help you open a personal vault account in your name. Contact us for more details.

By facilitating the exchange of ownership of physical assets The Real Asset Company is not regulated by the FSA, but by the usual three pillars of English Law:

The investigating authority is the Metropolitan Police Force.
The prosecuting authority is the UK Crown Prosecution Service which assesses evidence provided by the investigating authority.
The Criminal Courts of the UK hear the case of the prosecuting authority.
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