The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) helps in addressing a declining sale of gold to Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP).
Palladium – The Newest Jewelry Fad, A Cheap Alternative To Gold Or Platinum
Palladium is primarily used for industrial especially in the car industry and as components to electronic and computer devices.
Gold Rush Lures Young Australians The Prospect Of Quick Riches
Australia is the world’s second biggest producer of gold after China.
As America Prefers Cards Than Cash, Benjamin Banknotes Are Much In Demand Abroad
The futurists who have long predicted the end of paper money also underestimated the rise of the US$ 100 dollar bill as one of America’s most popular exports.
Despite The Dangers, Illegal Gold Mines Thrive In Indonesia
Mining companies began prospecting for gold in Lomboc, Indonesia, in the late 1990s.
Gold, A Good Refuge For A Weakening Dollar
Gold has become a reference for policy makers and investors alike. Recently, World Bank president Robert B. Zoellick, has surprised economic experts when he suggested that the price of gold should be considered as a financial yardstick.
Does Gold Has Therapeutic Effect On Skin Care?
Gold has become a fad as ingredient in skin care products. Cosmetics executives say that gold is anti-aging, anti inflammatory and anti-acne.
Water Plants As Bio-filters To Polluting Heavy Metals And Radioactive Materials
There is an innovative way of eradicating heavy metals pollutants in the environment as developed by Israeli scientists.