Gold jewellery demand rose by a better-than-expected 1.4 per cent to 170.9 tonnes in the first quarter, recovering from a drop of 14.4 per cent a year ago. Photo: May Tse

Bullion keeps its glitter as gold jewellery loses shine in China

Slowing economy and property curbs are making the yellow metal attractive as a safe-haven investment

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Gold jewellery demand rose by a better-than-expected 1.4 per cent to 170.9 tonnes in the first quarter, recovering from a drop of 14.4 per cent a year ago. Photo: May Tse
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