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Top Five Gold Producers See Stronger Demand From Emerging Markets as Prices Fall, an Industrial Info News Alert

PERTH, AUSTRALIA -- (Marketwired) -- 09/18/15 -- Researched by Industrial Info Resources Australia (Perth, Australia) -- As the price of gold continues to fall, there has been an obvious increase in demand from consumers in emerging markets. Two countries, China and India, dominate the headlines in their quest for gold, having imported more than 360 tonnes of gold jewelry in the first quarter of 2015 alone.

The demand for gold will remain strong in the second half of the year as Festival season for both countries is expected to boost physical purchases of gold from retail consumers, particularly if the price of gold continues to slip.

Within this article: Details on the top five gold-producing countries and what lies ahead.

Additional companies: Barrick Gold Corporation, Newmont Mining Corporation (NYSE:NEM)

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