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Steel firms warned of tough H2
China's steel sector can expect to face increasing international trade friction as inventories and output continue to rise amid weakening demand driven by the economic slowdown, according to Wang Liqun, vice-chairman of China Iron and Steel Association.

Landmark gas deal with Russia may be set soon
A landmark gas deal between China and Russia that has been years in the making looks set to be finalized, as the countries prepare to mark the 70th anniversary of victory in World War II.

PetroChina net profits fall 62.7 pct
The net profits of PetroChina Co. Ltd., China's top oil and gas producer, fell 62.7 percent year on year to 25.4 billion yuan (3.97 billion U.S. dollars) in the first half of the year, the company announced on Thursday.

Iron ore falls under pressure from weak China steel
Spot iron ore prices dropped to their lowest in nearly a month, under pressure from a weaker steel market in top consumer China that plunged Shanghai steel futures to a record low this week.

Today's headlines

· Yuanba gas field plans to go into full production

· Coal hub seeks its place under the sun

· China woes slash profits at Australia iron ore miner Fortescue

· China tests deep-sea mining exploration vehicle

Int'l Highlights

· EU, Ukraine hold talks to ensure stable gas supplies

· Gold coasts along as stocks perk up, possible Fed hike delay offers support

· Austrian steel company voestalpine to maintain China expansion course

· Australian firm to explore gas in Myanmar

Specials

· China Mining 2011

· China Mining 2010

· 2010 Iron Ore Price Talks

· China Mining 2009

     
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