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China's gold output may exceed 350 tonnes this year
  

A customer selects gold necklace at a store in Tancheng County of Linyi, east China`s Shandong Province, Oct. 21, 2011. China`s gold output may exceed 350 tonnes and consumption reach 400 tonnes this year, according to the head of China Gold Association. The output in the first nine months of the year hit 259 tonnes, up 4.32 percent from a year ago, said Sun Zhaoxue, also the president of China National Gold Group Corp., at the China Mining Congress and Expo 2011 that concluded Tuesday in the northern coastal city of Tianjin. (Xinhua/Zhang Chunlei)

Photo taken on Nov. 8, 2011 shows a gold ring at a shopping center in Liaocheng, east China`s Shandong Province. China`s gold output may exceed 350 tonnes and consumption reach 400 tonnes this year, according to the head of China Gold Association. The output in the first nine months of the year hit 259 tonnes, up 4.32 percent from a year ago, said Sun Zhaoxue, also the president of China National Gold Group Corp., at the China Mining Congress and Expo 2011 that concluded Tuesday in the northern coastal city of Tianjin. (Xinhua/Zhang Xianju)

A staff member shows gold jewelry at a store in Ganyu County, east China`s Jiangsu Province, Aug. 19, 2011. China`s gold output may exceed 350 tonnes and consumption reach 400 tonnes this year, according to the head of China Gold Association. The output in the first nine months of the year hit 259 tonnes, up 4.32 percent from a year ago, said Sun Zhaoxue, also the president of China National Gold Group Corp., at the China Mining Congress and Expo 2011 that concluded Tuesday in the northern coastal city of Tianjin. (Xinhua/Si Wei)

 
Date:2011-11-10 14:23:07     
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