World mine reserves of gold as of 2013, by country (in metric tons)*

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  Reserves in metric tons
Australia -
South Africa -
Russia -
Chile -
United States -
Indonesia -
Brazil -
Ghana -
China -
Peru -
Uzbekistan -
Mexico -
Papua New Guinea -
Canada -
Other countries -
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This statistic illustrates the world mine reserves of gold as of 2013, by country. In that year, the United States was estimated to have some three thousand metric tons of gold reserves in mines. Thus, the U.S. was within the top 5 countries based on mine reserves of gold.

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http://www.statista.com/statistics/248991/world-mine-reserves-of-gold-by-country/