China tightens gold import quotas to curb dollar outflow

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By Henry Sanderson and Lucy Hornby
Financial Times, London
Wednesday, November 30, 2016

China has curbed gold imports in the wake of government attempts to clamp down on capital leaving the country, according to traders and bankers.

Some banks with licenses have recently had difficulty obtaining approval to import gold, they said -- a move tied to China's attempts to stop a weakening renminbi by tightening outflows of dollars, the banks added.

The hit to gold imports comes as China tightens restrictions on overseas deals by state-owned companies in an effort to limit capital outflows that has seen the renminbi fall to its lowest against the dollar in eight years.

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https://www.ft.com/content/1cf17928-b706-11e6-961e-a1acd97f622d



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Airborne Geophysics Completed at 3 Aces Project in Yukon

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Monday, November 21, 2016

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-- Jack of Spades: Additional results from continuous panel sampling of a second higher bench returned 20 meters of 7.62 g/t gold including 11.7 g/t gold over 12.4 meters and 37.9 g/t gold over 1.7 meters.

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