Building on high customer recognition accumulated from 2006 to 2008, we continue to be committed to presenting the 4th Annual China Gold & Precious Metals Summit 2009 in the context of the rising investment demand for gold and China's growing influence on the global gold and precious metals landscape. The premier event will be gathering major players across the sector including producers, refiners, dealers, bankers, investors, brokers, consultants and analysts for the fourth time in Shanghai, the city with the vision to be the international financial hub.


What Makes the Event a Must-Attend One?
  • The link to gain access to a target audience of gold & precious metals producers, commodities exchanges, commercial & investment banks, refiners, dealers, jewelers, brokers, traders, advisors and fund managers, etc
  • In-depth insights into demand dynamics in China market and the growth strategy of the Chinese leading gold producers
  • Cutting-edge perspectives into trends and developments of the gold investment market in China
  • A value-added platform to uncover the response strategy to the falling industrial demand
  • A boutique exhibition showcasing your proven services, company profile and commitment to the industry stakeholders across the value chain
CHINA'S GOLD RESERVES


CHINA'S GOLD PRODUCTION


CHINA'S TOTAL AMOUNT OF GOLD CONSUMPTION


GOLD TRADING VOLUME AND TURNOVER ON THE SHANGHAI GOLD EXCHANGE


PLATINUM CONSUMPTION FOR JEWELLERY IN 2008


PALLADIUM CONSUMPTION FOR JEWELLERY IN 2008



Notable Figures in China:
China consumed 395.6 tonnes of gold in 2008 for jewellery and investment, or around 14 percent of global demand, up from 327.8 tonnes in 2007. The investment demand in China nearly tripled in 2008, climbing to 68.9 tonnes from 25.6 tonnes in 2007.

In 2008, China's gold futures trading volume hit 1.49 trillion RMB in less than 12 months.

In 2008, demand for platinum for jewellery use in China was estimated at around 0.76 million ounces, accounting for 68 percent of the global total of 1.12 million ounces. Meanwhile, China's jewellery demand for palladium increased from 15.5 tonnes to 20.2 tonnes.