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Watch: Has China under-reported its gold stock?

Market pundits have concluded that China might have more gold than it has reported.

China's gold demand to remain robust; to reach 1,350 tn by 2017

Chinese demand for gold is expected to grow by 22.72 percent to reach to about 1,350 tonne by 2017 on rising real incomes, a deepening pool of private savings and rapid urbanisation across the country, says a report by the World Gold Council.

China set to surpass India as top gold consumer

China consumed 706.36 tonnes of gold in the first half of 2013, up 54 percent from the year-ago period, the China Gold Association (CGA) said in a statement on its website on Monday.

China remains top gold producer for sixth year

China produced the most gold in world last year, making it the largest producer for the sixth straight year even as it remained the second largest consumer of the yellow metal after India.

China to introduce gold exchange-traded funds

Authorities need to thoroughly study how to regulate gold ETFs in order to protect investors' interests in such new products, Xinhua quoted the official as saying.

China to remain world's largest gold producer

China, which produced 323 tonnes of gold during the first 10 months of this year, is likely to remain the world's largest gold producer for the sixth consecutive year in 2012, an industry association forecast on Thursday.

China's gold production up 6.59% till May 2012

In May alone, the country's gold output hit 31.2 tonnes, China's Ministry of Industry and IT said in a statement.

China may overtake India in gold demand in 2012, says WGC

China may overtake India as the largest consumer of gold this year as demand for the yellow metal has touched a record high of 255.2 tonne during the January-March period in the world's second largest economy, the World Gold Council said on Thursday.