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China Precious Metals Mining Markets, 2019-2023 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

October 18, 2019

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct 18, 2019--

The “Precious Metals Mining in China to 2023” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

“Precious Metals Mining in China to 2023” comprehensively covers China’s reserves of gold and silver, historic and forecast trends in China’s precious metals production and the key active, exploration and development mines and projects. The report also analyses factors affecting the country’s demand for gold and silver, profiles the major precious metals producers and details the country’s regulatory regime.

In 2018, China produced 14.1Moz of gold and 123.5Moz of silver. Gold production remained close to 2012 levels, owing to the sluggish demand from domestic end-use sectors. However, the country’s silver production increased by 2.1%, owing to the strong performance of base metals in that year. The majority of precious metals originates from the province of Shandong, Henan, Tibet, Zhejiang, and Hubei.

Chinese silver mine production is projected to grow at a CAGR of 2.9% over the forecast period (2019-2023), with this growth supported by several upcoming projects. However, gold production is expected to drop to 13.6Moz.

In China, the State Council holds supreme power and administration rights. It manages China’s internal politics, diplomacy, national defense, finance, economy, culture, and education.


Reasons to Buy

Key Topics Covered:

1 Table of Contents

1.1 List of Tables

1.2 List of Figures

2 Executive Summary

3 Gold Mining in China - Reserves, Production, and Demand

3.1 Gold Reserves and Grade by Country

3.2 Historical and Forecast Production

3.2.1 Gold prices

3.3 Active Mines

3.4 Exploration Projects

3.5 Development Projects

3.6 Factors Affecting the Demand for Gold

4 Silver Mining in China - Reserves, Production and Demand

4.1 Silver Reserves and Grade by Country

4.2 Historical and Forecast Production

4.2.1 Silver prices

4.3 Active Mines

4.4 Exploration Projects

4.5 Development Projects

4.6 Factors Affecting Demand for Silver

4.6.1 Demand from the Industrial Applications

5 Precious Metal Mining in China - Competitive Landscape

5.1 Mines and Projects by Company

5.2 Mines and Projects Stage by Province

5.4 Major Producers

5.4.1 Zijin Mining Group Co. Ltd

5.4.2 Shandong Gold Group Co., Ltd

5.4.3 China Gold International Resources Corp. Ltd.

5.4.4 Yintai Resources Co. Ltd

5.4.5 China National Gold Group Corp

6 Fiscal Regime

6.1 China’s Mining Fiscal Regime: Governing Bodies

6.1.1 State Council

6.2 China’s Mining Fiscal Regime: Laws, Regulations, Rights, and Obligations

6.2.1 Mineral Resources Law

6.2.2 Mining License

6.2.3 Regulations on Administration of Geological Data

6.2.4 Coal Law

6.2.5 Law on Safety in Mines

6.2.6 Environmental Protection Law

6.2.7 Energy Conservation Law

6.2.8 Exploration and Mining Rights

6.2.9 Obligations

6.3 China’s Mining Fiscal Regime: Taxes and Payments

6.3.1 Resource Tax

6.3.2 Environmental Protection Tax

6.3.3 Consumption Tax

6.3.4 Value-Added Tax (VAT)

6.3.5 Land Appreciation Tax

6.3.6 Corporate Income Tax

6.3.7 Commodity Export Tax

6.3.8 Withholding Tax

7 Appendix

Companies Mentioned

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