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Metals Focus

14 June, 2017

Short-term and long-term determinants of India’s gold demand

India is one of the world’s largest consumers of gold and relies solely on imports to meet domestic gold demand. This has, at times, resulted in a deepening of the country’s current account deficit, pressuring policymakers to find a way to reduce the volume of gold imports.

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