he World Gold Council, an association of the world's leading gold producers dedicated to the promotion of gold.
The World Gold Council is a non-profit association of the world's leading gold producers, established to promote the use of gold.With headquarters in Geneva, the Council is represented by a network of offices in the major centres of gold demand around the world and its promotional activities cover markets representing some three quarters of the world's annual consumption of gold.
The nature of its work, much of which is in close partnership with the local gold trade and industry, varies according to the different needs and stages of development of the countries, and of the forms (jewellery, bars, coins, dentistry, etc.) in which gold is most commonly sold or held.
The Council's programmes and skilled staff help to improve gold products and distribution systems, and they provide specialist gold information and economics services to large holders of gold. Its primary focus in recent years has been on facilitating the removal of structural impediments to the free flow of gold, thereby encouraging its more widespread acquisition and retention.
The Council conducts both regional and global market research studies and publishes information on developments in gold demand, or major gold-related issues.
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