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This is an article about the cultural applications of gold in Saudi Arabia, and how it functions in a country that is rich in natural resources.
This article is a about the cultural uses for gold in Russia. This article speaks a lot about the uses of Red gold in the jewelry industry in Russia.
This article is about the applications of gold in the United Arab Emirates and focuses on the UAE's role as a gold hub for the entire Middle East.
This article is about the cultural uses of gold in Vietnam. It highlights some of the unique public, cultural, and commercial uses for gold in Vietnam
Germany has long been among Europe's leaders in the gold trade and refining industries. Germany also maintains the largest gold reserves in Europe.
This article concentrates on cultural applications for gold in Thailand. Much of the focus is on Thai jewelry, which unlike most, uses 23 karat gold
This article focuses on the role of gold in Turkey particularly its role as a major coin producer. It highlights the prolific minting of Turkish coins
Gold is generally viewed as a tool in American culture. It is most frequently used for investment purposes and jewelry, and is valued for its worth.
Gold is a source of avid fascination for the people of India. Until recently being surpassed by China, India had long led the world in gold imports.
China is now the world's number one gold importer, with the highest domestic demand of any country. The Chinese continue to add to their reserves.