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Gold jewelry telling about the status, lifestyle and ideas of the carrier. But you can also read social changes. The (symbolic) value of gold jewelry is very dependent on location, time and context. A decorative earring with detailed designs. Or a huge 24-carat chain link. Inlaid with diamonds, ruby or lapis lazuli. In a bank safe, sokkenla or jewelry box. The potential of the gold ornament seem unlimited. The popularity of gold jewelry is also for all times and corners. From Cleopatra to bling-bling hip-hop's of Indian Bollywood stars to neighbor Sjaan everyone is enchanted by the sparkle of gold. But gold ornaments are not the same meaning for everyone.
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The strong investment climate and increasing physical demand from India and China are mainly third reason. The Indian government is planning to import rules more flexible to benefit from the huge consumer market in India to ensure a solid gold stock. India is a country of about 1 billion inhabitants, with 75% (from 700 to 800 tonnes) of total gold demand to be imported to meet demand. According to traders, a free market as an important disadvantage that the metal can be easily used to launder black money.

In terms of retail value, the U.S. is the largest market for gold jewelry, while India remains the largest consumer in terms of volumes, accounting for 22% of demand in 2008. The Indian demand for gold is fueled by cultural and religious traditions that are not directly linked to global economic trends. In general, the demand for jewelry by a combination of affordability and attractiveness to consumers and will increase during periods of stable or slowly rising prices, and down during periods of volatility in prices. A steadily increasing prices reinforces the inherent value of gold jewelry, which is an intrinsic part of their attractiveness. The consumption of jewelry in the developing markets in recent years rapidly increased after a period of steady decline, but several countries, including China, still offer a good potential for future increase in demand.

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