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China Gold Imports Fall First Time in 4 Months in October
Nov 27,2015 10:16CST
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China’s net gold imports from Hong Kong fell in October, the first drop in four months, data showed on Thursday.

SHANGHAI, Nov. 27 (SMM) – China’s net gold imports from Hong Kong fell in October, the first drop in four months, data showed on Thursday.

Net imports dropped to 87.8 tonnes in October, down from 96.6 tonnes in September, but up from 69 tonnes a year earlier, according to data from the Hong Kong Census and Statistics Department compiled by Bloomberg. Exports to Hong Kong grew to 19.7 tonnes from 13.7 tonnes. 

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