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Markets Gold imports fall sharply post-demonetisation - Pioneer
The Centre’s demonetisation drive is seemed to have a significant impact on the gold demand in the country as imports of the metal dropped sharply in December and January. Gold imports fell to 54.1 tonnes in December and 53.2 tonnes in January from a high of 119.2 tonnes in November, the month during which the government scrapped the old 500 and 1,000 notes.
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