World Gold Council (WGC) and Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIMA) collaborated to set up India Gold Policy Centre to conduct research on all aspects of the domestic gold industry. The decision was announced by WGC and IIMA on 26 November 2014.
The objective of centre is to develop insights into how the significant stocks of gold India owns can be used to advance growth, employment, social inclusion and economic wealth of the nation.
The centre will conduct research that has a practical application which all stake holders can use to develop an effective gold ecosystem. It will also provide innovative solutions and insights for the gold industry through cutting-edge research.
The centre will conduct research that has a practical application which all stakeholders can use to develop an effective gold ecosystem.
The Centre is situated within the campus of IIMA and it will be commenced it operations from December 2014. It is funded by WGC grant and will operate independently.
When: 26 November 2014
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