World Gold Council

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World Gold Council

A professional organization of mining companies that produces gold. It exists to promote the use of, and investment in, gold through research, lobbying, and other means. Importantly, it has worked for reducing regulation on the gold trade. It also provides educational opportunities for members and the general public through its Goldipedia service, among other things. It was established in 1987 and is headquartered in Geneva. See also: Gold bug, Gold fund.

World Gold Council

an organization based in Geneva whose main objective is to promote the sale of GOLD bullion (bars and coins) to investors, and to widen the appeal of gold as an ornamental (jewellery) material and as an industrial base metal.
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As for India, aACAythe heavy unseasonal rains in Q1 and drought in Q2 impacted rural incomes and affected gold demand,' WGC reports.
Lower prices should lead to better demand in Asia in the full year, the WGC said.
WGC India managing director Somasundaram PR said," Hallmarking is not mandatory and consumer awareness is limited.
Although China saw demand decline 33 per cent year on year, it still represents the second best year for jewellery demand in China since our records began," WGC said.
WGC said that as of end November, Russia's gold holdings grew by 18.
I played reasonably solid today," said McDowell, who has yet to win a WGC title.
I played reasonably solid," said McDowell, who has yet to win a WGC title.
Graeme McDowell takes a oneshot lead into the final round of the last WGC event of the year.
McDowell won the US Open in 2010 but has yet to win one of the WGC events and told Sky Sports 4: "It would be very special.
Kevin Bradshaw, chief executive of WGC, said: "Moreton Park has an excellent reputation as a stand-out garden centre in the region.
McIlroy arrived at Valhalla after winning his third major title last month at the British Open and his first WGC crown this Sunday at Akron.