Under the official endorsement of the China Gold Association and Shanghai Gold Exchange, hosted by the Shanghai Gold & Jewellery Trade Association, “the 12th China Gold & Precious Metals Summit 2017”, which is organised by IGVision International Corporation, will be held in Shanghai on 6-7 December 2017.

The Summit has been widely recognised in the precious metals industry and achieved enthusiastic participation.

“The eleven years’ unparalleled success cannot stop us from making the summit better. This year, in a risk-on environment where monetary tightening and economic uncertainty coexist, the summit will assess precious metals as an insurance policy, as well as pay close attention to China’s efforts to secure steady mine production, demand prospects and market development for precious metals,” said the organisers in a statement.

This year, the Summit will attract over 350 top industry professionals together with government officers, including the Minister of Mines from Democratic Republic of Congo – South Kivu region, Apollinaire Bulindi.

“China Gold & Precious Metals Summit will continue to be the most influential conference in the precious metals industry. And it will again be the ideal business networking platform to embrace cutting-edge technologies and solutions, meet industry colleagues, showcase new services, and explore more business opportunities,” said  IGVision International Corporation.

The Summit is supported by Sakthi Trading Group, IDM Global Group of Companies, Silvercorp Metals Inc., Australian Mining Association, G4S International, Dubai Gold & Jewellery Group, Loomis International Ltd., Jin Dingfeng, Noor Index, Royal Capital, Kaloti Precious Metals, DSABC, SBMA, Canadian Mining Suppliers and other well-known enterprises.