Gold monetisation may do better than expected: UBS survey

August 2016
Indian Jewellery Review;8/30/2016, p1
The article reports that according to Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS) survey, the Indian government's Gold Monetization Scheme has potential to perform better than previous initiatives. Topics discussed include accessing idle gold in the form of jewelery by the public through banks to use them for productive purposes within the economy, awareness for the scheme to deposit gold or gold jewelery in Indian respondents, and its long-term benefits in interests per annum.


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