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What are the top gold consumption countries?
India is the top gold consuming nation, which is soon to be over taken by China.
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The top gold medal winning countries in the 2004 Olympics: 1) United States - 36 2) China - 32 3) Russia - 27 4) Australia - 17 5) Japan - 16 6) Germany -… 13 7) France - 11 8) Italy - 10 9) South Korea, Great Britain, Cuba, Ukraine - 9
South Africa is the biggest contributor to the worlds gold supply.
There are many gold producing countries in the world. Some of the major countries include China, Australia, the United States, Russia, Peru, South Africa, Canada, MExico, …Uzbekistan, and Ghana.
The countries that produce the most gold are (with gold production in brackets) are South Africa (272 128 kg), China (247 200 kg), Australia (247 000 kg), the United States (2…42 000 kg) and Peru (203 268 kg). In the world, there is 2 310 000 kg of gold produced. That means that the top 5 countries alone produce over one half of all of the world's gold.
In 2007 China, South Africa, India, the U.S., and Russia. South African was the largest producer for about 100 years until 2007, producing just 7 tons less than Chin…a.
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China, the United States, Russia, Great Britain, Germany, Australia, South Korea, Japan, Italy, and the Netherlands.
India and Africa also Australia.
India is the largest consumer of gold in the world. Most of the gold purchased by India go for jewelry purpose. In that way, Indian Govt doesn't own the gold.
In 1996 which country had the highest per-capita Coca-Cola consumption of the the top 12 coke consuming countries?
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1. South Africa 2. Ghana 3. Mali 4. Tanzania 5. Guinea
India USA UK France Paris * * * * * That is simply not true - apart from the fact that Paris is not even a country! There are several different mea…sures of per capita consumption: one of these is Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per head. There are also different ways of making international comparisons and purchasing power parities are considered by many to be better in this context than exchange rates. Finally, there are different sources for the data. According to estimates from the International Monetary Fund, the top 5 countries, in 2013 were: Qatar, Luxembourg, Singapore, Brunei, Kuwait. The next few are Norway, United Arab Emirates, San Marino, Switzerland and the US at number 10. However, oil revenues play a disproportionate part in several of these, and Luxembourg is a special case because of its role in business finances.
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