Future of Yellow Gold in Pakistan

Posted on May 6 2015 - 1:31pm by Munaza

Yellow gold is widely use in engagement rings and wedding jewelry. To be honest, these are loved by the Pakistani females to much extent and are always in high demand. Sometimes we think that the gold prices are extremely high in our country Pakistan, making it impossible for many of the people to buy yellow gold and fulfill their desires. So, in such circumstances, what is the future of yellow gold in Pakistan? Let us try to get an answer!

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Yellow gold in jewelry industry

Yellow gold has been much in trend in our jewelry industry. Here I am not trying to say that this would disappear from the face of the earth, but certainly there are lesser customers now a days, making it impossible for the jewelry owners to sell their gold items conveniently.

On the other hand, the prices of gold are too high in our country that the poor and needy people cannot afford it. In such a situation, how can someone spend thousands of rupees on a single gram of yellow gold! It simply seems to be impossible.

The quality matters

Certainly the quality of yellow gold matters a lot. I have personally seen a number of jewelers who sell low quality and totally impure gold to the customers. A special type of gold has come from China and India that is being sold at cheap costs, making it impossible for us to trust the quality of the product. This is why, it is mandatory for us to assume the future of gold in Pakistan especially the yellow gold.

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The government of our country can try to take some serious measures in this regard. It should effort to make the prices of yellow gold non fluctuating, and needs to make sure that the customers are provided with pure gold and nothing that has come from cheap brands or companies of neighboring countries.

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Future of Yellow Gold in Pakistan was last modified: May 6th, 2015 by Munaza

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