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    Toronto, Ontario
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    Bald Mountain, Nevada
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    Maricunga, Chile
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    Paracatu, Brazil
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    Mauritania, West Africa
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    Chirano, Ghana
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    Moscow, Russia
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    Magadan, Russia
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    Kupol, Russia
    22
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    09/17, 3:58am
    Las Palmas, Spain
    21
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    Belo Horizonte, Brazil
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NYSE:KGC
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GOLD
  • 9
    °C
    09/16, 6:58pm
    Fort Knox, Alaska
    17
    °C
    09/16, 10:58pm
    Toronto, Ontario
    27
    °C
    09/16, 7:58pm
    Kettle River-Buckhorn, Washington
    16
    °C
    09/16, 7:58pm
    Round Mountain, Nevada
  • 18
    °C
    09/16, 7:58pm
    Bald Mountain, Nevada
    11
    °C
    09/17, 12:58am
    Maricunga, Chile
    21
    °C
    09/16, 11:58pm
    Paracatu, Brazil
    33
    °C
    09/17, 2:58am
    Mauritania, West Africa
  • 24
    °C
    09/17, 2:58am
    Chirano, Ghana
    9
    °C
    09/17, 5:58am
    Moscow, Russia
    12
    °C
    09/17, 12:58pm
    Magadan, Russia
    5
    °C
    09/17, 12:58pm
    Kupol, Russia
    22
    °C
    09/17, 3:58am
    Las Palmas, Spain
    21
    °C
    09/16, 11:58pm
    Belo Horizonte, Brazil

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Gold mining contributes $171.6 billion to global economy: World Gold Council

The World Gold Council’s recently released report, “The social and economic impacts of gold mining”, found that the gold mining industry contributes $171.6 billion to the global economy.   

Published by the gold industry’s market development organization, the report examines the wider social and economic footprint of gold mining and its implications for growth and development.

Other findings include:

  • 70% of total expenditures by gold mining companies remain in the host country (payment to suppliers, contractors and employees)
  • 1 million people are directly employed by the gold mining industry, and rises to 4.2 million employed as a result of procurement activities

Read more here: http://www.gold.org/gold-mining/economic-contribution/social-economic-impact

 

 
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