Global Gold Mining Production
An Interactive Map
Where Does the Gold Come From?
Gold-producing countries are found on nearly all continents, and represent the gamut of economies from developed super-powers to small, emerging market countries. With gold’s spectacular demand, it’s worth your time to know a little bit about where all the gold comes from.
While some believe that all of the major gold deposits in the world have already been discovered, others counter that much of the world is unexplored, leaving open the possibility of deposits yet to be found. The possibility also still remains that gold may be found in more familiar areas.
Click on the map to learn more about the top-ten gold-producing countries of 2013.
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Sources: CPM Group, USGS Mineral Resources, U.S. Global Investors