China Gold Imports From Hong Kong Rise on Stockpiling

Gold shipments to China from Hong Kong rose in October to the second-highest on record as jewelers and retailers bought the metal to build up inventories ahead of a peak-demand season at the end of the year.

Net imports, after deducting flows from China into Hong Kong, were 129.9 metric tons in October, from 109.4 tons in September, according to calculations by Bloomberg based on data from the Hong Kong Census and Statistics Department. Purchases reached an all-time high of 130 tons in March, with the amount in the first 10 months of 2013 more than doubling to 955.9 tons from a year earlier, the data show.

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