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Gold imports constitute 11 percent of our annual import bill, giving India the dubious distinction of being the largest consumer of gold in the world. From 950 tonne in the year before the curbs were imposed, the officially imported gold plunged to 825 tonne last year and to a six-year low of 557 tonne in 2013-14. The Finance Minister has promised to consider easing curbs on gold imports further.   - Editor

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