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Province's new focus for selling iron, steel
Companies in Hebei province are eager to invest in Africa because of the continent's abundant natural resources, strong labor force and huge market demand, industry insiders say.

China's refined copper consumption expected to rise 4%-5% on year in 2015
China's refined copper consumption is expected to see a 4%-5% year-on-year increase in 2015, Shen Haihua, senior portfolio manager of HFZ Capital Management told Platts on the sidelines of the LME Week Asia Seminar in Hong Kong late Wednesday, May 20.

China's crude oil output up 2.2% in Apr to 17.33 mln tons
China's output of crude oil for Apr 2015 increased 2.2% year on year to 17.33 million tons, said National Development and Reform Commission on its website.

China data: April gasoil exports hit 10-month high of 460,000 mt
China's gasoil exports hit a 10-month high in April at 460,000 mt, which was also 35.3% higher year on year, General Administration of Customs data released Thursday showed.

Today's headlines

· Exhibition to shine light on Chenzhou's resources

· Cheniere may sell LNG to China

· Steel firms eye chances in neighboring nations

· Steel companies eye online success

Int'l Highlights

· Oil prices rise amid positive demand forecast

· Tata Steel Thai unit sees return to net profit in 2015/16 on rise in demand, prices

· Mali's mining earnings drop on lower gold production, prices

· Tokyo Gas targets more US shale gas investments

Specials

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· 2010 Iron Ore Price Talks

· China Mining 2009

     
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