Chinese gold imports from Hong Kong in April rose 65% from a month earlier to a record 103.6...
Chinese gold imports from Hong Kong in April rose 65% from a month earlier to a record 103.6 metric tons. In the year through the end of April, Chinese gold imports have risen nearly 8-fold from 2011, according to Bloomberg. "We can't rule out the possibility that the central bank is buying gold," says Ag Bank's Wang Xinyou.
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