Russian Gold Market Survey Most Recently Published at

24 Feb 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Russia is one of the world's leading suppliers of gold. With its massive land expanse that covers 11 timezones, the country is considered to be the single largest unexplored gold region in the world, with large deposits only recently being discovered.

Russia's gold industry is highly fractured, with over 600 companies (half private) working in the sector. The country has increased total gold production 38% since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. By 2015, Russia is predicted to increase gold production to 7.9 million ounces. The development of large gold projects held by the leaders such as Kinross Gold and Polyus Gold are projected to be the main contributor to the increase in Russia’s gold production.

New market survey “Russia's Gold Industry in 2011” provided by Interfax Europe has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Russia's Gold Industry in 2011
Published: February, 2012
Pages: 55
Price: US$ 740,00

The study offers an unbiased and comprehensive overview of major development trends of Russia’s gold industry, featuring the country’s gold reserves, mine, incidental, secondary gold production, output by regions and companies. Furthermore, the report examines the performance, financial results and profitability of the top gold producers, including Polyus Gold, Petropavlovsk, Kinross Gold, Polymetal, Nord Gold, Highland Gold Mining, Yuzhuralzoloto, Vysochaishy.

More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Interfax Europe page.


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