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China Buying More and More Gold as the Trade War Drags On

Newsmax Monday, 10 June 2019
China extended its gold-buying spree, adding to reserves for a sixth straight month, as the protracted trade war with the U.S. hurts growth expectations and boosts demand for a portfolio diversifier.
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