World Gold Council

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The World Gold Council is the market development organisation for the gold industry. Working within the investment, jewellery and technology sectors, as well as engaging in government affairs, its purpose is to provide industry leadership, whilst stimulating and sustaining demand for gold.[1]

Based in the UK, with operations in India, the Far East and the United States,[2] the World Gold Council is an association whose members comprise the world’s leading gold mining companies.[3]

The World Gold Council's activities and interventions across the entire supply chain. Their members, the world’s leading gold mining companies, work to ensure gold mining is responsibly undertaken, with measurable economic benefit to the countries in which they operate.

As of September 2016, World Gold Council 19 include:


  1. ^ "About us > Who we are". Retrieved 2013-09-06. 
  2. ^ "World Gold Council offices". 
  3. ^ "World Gold Council members". 

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