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China Imports An Impressive 116.4 Tonnes Of Gold In July 2013

China just released their latest gold import figures for the month of July. China imported through Hong Kong 116.4 tonnes of physical gold in July of 2013. That figure comes on top of the 517.92 tonnes of gold imports in the first 6 months of this year. In total, between January and July of this year, China imported a staggering 633.94 tonnes of physical gold. The country is indeed on its way to reach 1,000 tonnes of imports over the whole year, as forecasted by the World Gold Council in their Q2 gold demand report.


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That's half the US National Debt when priced in Gold

I'm guessing that Chinese purchases of of US Treasuries are down?

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