Chinese Gold Consumption to Grow
January 2007 by Associated PressWhen the final numbers are in, China will have consumed a record 350 tons of gold in 2006 amid surging sales of gold bullion, up 17 percent from 2005, the official Xinhua News Agency reported.
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