China’s Gold Policy – One Of The World’s Most Important Developments

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Lars Schall talked with Koos Jansen about different aspects regarding the Chinese gold policy. In general, Jansen sees the development as an expression of the shift of power from the West towards the East. In his estimation, Chinese authorities have by now between 3.000 – 4.000 tons of gold in their vaults in order to support the internationalization of the Yuan.

By Lars Schall

The following interview was conducted for and originally published by GoldSwitzerland in Zurich, Switzerland here.

China’s Gold Policy – One Of The World’s Most Important Developments

Koos Jansen, born 1981, worked as a sound engineer in Amsterdam, before he became disabled in 2013. During that year, he started his financial blog “In Gold We Trust,“ at which he writes in particular about the Chinese gold market. Jansen lives in Amsterdam.

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