Gold prices have climbed to their highest levels in more than two years early on Wednesday. That came as weak data from China and ongoing uncertainty following Britain’s vote to leave the European Union had triggered a fresh wave of demand for the safe-haven precious metal. The overall demand of gold in China is also growing amid the global backdrop, despite rising gold prices. CCTVNEWS’ Martina Fuchs spoke with the World Gold Council’s Managing Director for China, Roland Wang, to ask more about the demand outlook.
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