India has the 10th largest gold reserve in the world, as high as 557.8 tonnes. Here is a look at how much gold is produced, imported, and recycled.
Gold Importing in India
In 2015, India imported 950 tonnes of gold to meet its gold demand.
Who can import gold in India?
The precious metal is of extremely high value. Hence, there are strict rules as to who all can import gold in the country. It is monitored and controlled by the top agencies of the country that are specially authorised for it. These include The Reserve Bank of India (RBI), the DGFT, and the Ministry of Finance. They have complete control over who can import gold in the country. There are certain agencies such as banks and trading houses that can import gold. The list below specifies the various companies that import gold.
Gold Recycling in India
Gold Mining in India
India produced around 90 tonnes of gold between 1947 and 2014, as per the Indian Bureau of Mines . All this was from Hutti gold mines, the sole provider.
For the various traded material such as coins, stamps or paper money, their true value (nominal value) is referred to as face value. However, sometimes the face value may just hold symbolic significance and may be different from what people will pay due to maybe the history, etc. associated with the material, and is called the symbolic face value
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