by Jan Skoyles, TheRealAsset.co.uk
We are delighted to bring your part II of Jan Skoyles and Koos Jansen’s collaborative research into the Chinese gold market. Earlier this week they highlighted the modern history of China’s gold market developments in a superb infographic. In the coming weeks they will be digging deep into the elements of China and its plans for gold. If you would like to read more of Koos’ work, visit his website here.
The Chinese government acknowledged gold as a strategic asset in 2000, when it included the establishment of an open gold market in its five year economic plan.
Since then China has come to play a significant role in the international gold market as it strives to develop and advance all aspects of the industry and gold’s role in the domestic market.
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