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Cheaper coal imports cause losses locally
China's coal producers saw a decline in both profitability and investment in overseas countries amid gloomy domestic demand and competition from imported coal, industry insider said on Wednesday.

China Shenhua Energy's coal output up 1.5% in Mar
China Shenhua Energy Co Ltd, the country's largest coal producer, has said that its commercial coal output rose 1.5% year on year to RMB 27.5 million tons in Mar 2014.

China to appeal WTO rare-earth restriction ruling
A Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) spokesperson said Thursday that China will appeal a World Trade Organization (WTO) rare-earth ruling in late March that China's restrictions on rare-earth materials violated global trade rules.

China's State Oil Conglomerates Backtrack On Refineries Plan
Chinese state oil companies are delaying the expansion of new refineries as the market for petroleum products shows obvious signs of a glut.

Today's headlines

· China's plan for iron ore giants hard to make the grade

· China may have 1,000 tonnes of gold tied in financing - WGC

· Rise seen in nation's use of gold for financing

· Canada to expand uranium exports to China: ambassador

Int'l Highlights

· Ukraine-focused Ferrexpo sees 10.8% gain in Q1 iron ore pellet sales

· Guinea cancels BSGR, Vale iron ore mining permits

· Zambia a key player in global mining industry, says CoM

· Peru's gold output seen flat or falling again this year

Specials

· China Mining 2011

· China Mining 2010

· 2010 Iron Ore Price Talks

· China Mining 2009

     
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