Gold Price Surge Seen Cutting India’s Demand This Year, World Gold Council SaysBy
Council reduces demand forecast to 750-850 tons for 2016
Inventories in local markets remain elevated after slow start
A rally in gold prices since the start of 2016 will reduce purchases in India, the world’s second-biggest consumer, trimming import prospects amid high inventories, according to the World Gold Council.
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