CPM Group's Jeff Christian vouches for Chinese government's integrity


10:36p ET Monday, January 28, 2019

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Interviewed by Daniela Cambone for Kitco News at the recent Vancouver Resource Investment Conference, Jeffrey Christian of metals consultancy CPM Group vouched for the integrity of the gold reserve reporting of China's government.

While it sometimes goes months and even years without reporting changes in its gold reserves, the People's Bank of China is fully transparent about them, Christian said.

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This transparency may cheer the Chinese government's millions of political prisoners.

Some years ago Christian described CPM Group as being a consultant to many major central banks. With her unfailing talent for staying miles away from any incisive question, Cambone declined to ask Christian if CPM Group has a business relationship with the People's Bank of China that might be disturbed if he ever publicly questioned its candor.

The interview with Christian is headlined "What's the Real Deal Behind China's Gold Purchases?," is six minutes long, and can be viewed at Kitco here:


CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

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