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More efforts being made to upgrade rare earth production
China's rare earth producers say they have increased their efforts at upgrading product ranges and shifting toward downstream businesses due to a glut in supplies of the raw materials, including those produced by illegal mining.

China's 10 nonferrous metal output up 9.4% in Jan-Jul
The output of the ten nonferrous metals gained 9.4% from a year earlier to 29.49 million tons in the first seven months of this year, according to the latest report released by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC).

Interim results reflect tough times for steel sector
Many listed steel companies have reported losses for the first half of 2015, showing that China's steel industry is still mired in a severe downturn, experts said on Monday.

China's crude steel output at 476 mln tons in Jan-Jul
China, the world's largest steel producer, saw its crude steel output decrease 1.8% year on year to 476.04 million tons in the first seven months of this year, according to the latest statistics released by the China Iron and Steel Association.

Today's headlines

· Chinese companies meet resistance when investing in Australia

· Exclusive - China aluminium shake-up planned in state reform push

· Nine Shanxi coal companies among China's Top 500

· Yuanba gas field plans to go into full production

Int'l Highlights

· Eni finds huge gas field

· Stronger greenback helps boost Australian gold

· Tanzania's opposition vows to review mining, gas contracts

· South Africa's trade minister imposes steel tariffs with conditions

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