The Case Of China’s Missing Gold


The Case Of China’s Missing Gold (ZeroHedge, July 20, 2015):

Chinese Gold reserves jump 604 tons from 1,054 tons last reported in 2009 to 1,658 tons. Many gold observers ask: “Is that it”? Since 2009 China has mined over 2,000 tons of gold and imported over 3,300 tons of gold through Hong Kong*. Where did it all go?


1 thought on “The Case Of China’s Missing Gold”

  1. Can anyone believe any of their claims?

    Their mendacity in all matters has destroyed any credibility they may have enjoyed……..We cannot trust a thing they say or do.


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