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Hebei steel production decreases 0.6% in 2014
Steel output in China's biggest producing province of Hebei fell 0.6 percent in 2014, with a drop in demand plus campaigns against pollution and overcapacity forcing many local mills to cut production.

Country to cut oil, diesel prices due to international drops
China's top economic planner announced on Monday cuts in the price of gasoline by 365 yuan ($58.6) per ton and that of diesel by 350 yuan per ton, as international oil prices have kept falling recently.

China crude oil reserves down 4 pct
China's commercial crude oil stocks were down 3.89 percent at the end of December from a month before, while stocks of refined oil products dropped 4.02 percent.

Chinese gold demand holds up ahead of holiday, Indian buying weak
Higher gold prices have limited buying interest in top consumer China to some extent in recent days, but demand remained stronger than last month due to the upcoming Lunar New Year holiday, traders and dealers said.

Today's headlines

· Ghana, China to collaborate in mining sector

· China's coal industry freezes overUpdated

· China, Kazakhstan vow to strengthen railway, new energy cooperation

· China vows to cut fossil fuel in painstaking energy revolution

Int'l Highlights

· Zambia's new president says to keep mineral tax despite mine closure fears

· Global aluminium production; the sound of one hand clapping: Andy Home

· Chile expects $10.7 bln in mining investment from Japan by 2023

· Nigeria: 2015 - Nigeria Begins Online Registration, Payment of Mineral Titles

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