Industry professionals gear up for 7th China Gold & Precious Metals Summit 2012
The 7th Annual China Gold & Precious Metals Summit 2012, co-hosted by Shanghai Gold & Jewelry Trade Association and IGVision International Corporation Shanghai and jointly endorsed by China Gold Association and Shanghai Gold Exchange, will be held in Shanghai China on December 5-7, 2012. It is China’s largest networking and information exchange platform for gold & precious metals industry. The summit has been successfully held for six consecutive years, attracting over 200 senior executives across the value chain arranging from producers, bankers, refiners, bullion dealers, capital managers to traders, brokers, jewelers, advisors and policymakers every year.
Now celebrating its seventh anniversary, the premier event will continue its commitment to delivering exclusive information, intelligence and contacts, while gathering over 200 top professionals from across the gold and precious metals community, including mining companies, commodity & mercantile exchanges, investment & bullion banks, bullion dealers, brokerage firms, refiners & fabricators, traders, fund managers, jewelers, advisors, analysts, regulators and trade associations, etc.
The 7th China Gold & Precious Metals Summit 2012 is a must choice for decision makers to acquire in-depth insights into the impact and strategy as well as to understand the opportunities and challenges within China’s precious metals markets.
Highlights of the upcoming 7th Annual China Gold & Precious Metals Summit 2012
– Discover where gold, silver and PGM (platinum group metal) prices are heading amid the global debt crisis, risk-off trade, QE expectations and the risk of severe global economic decline
– The Summit will investigate China’s economic slowdown, monetary easing to combat faltering growth and their impact on the country’s demand for gold and other more industrial precious metals
– It will examine the slowdown in the US economic recovery, the spreading debt, financial and banking crisis in the euro zone, and the unpredictable and variable implications for gold’s safe-haven appeal and flight-to-safety trades
– The Summit will scrutinise the extent and length of sluggish gold demand in India as a result of the rupee’s weakness, the increase in import duties and a delayed and smaller-than-normal monsoon
– It will probe into the weakening economic and manufacturing activity out of US, Europe and emerging markets, and the implications for industrial demand
– The event will look into the challenge as a combination of rising cash costs, regulatory hurdles, political uncertainty and falling prices faced by mining companies
– It will assess the launch of silver futures contracts in China and its effects on the silver market
– The Summit will analyse the combined influence of global growth concern, rising scrap supply, mine disruptions, and a ‘risk-off” mentality on the platinum and palladium markets
– Delegates will also gain access to network with a target audience of miners, banks, refiners, bullion dealers, brokerage firms, trading venues, traders, investors, fund managers, consultants, jewelers and regulators.
For more information, please visit the official event website: www.chinagoldsummit.com