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China's 10 nonferrous metal output up 6.4% in Jan-Aug to 28.14 mln tons
The combined output of the ten nonferrous metals rose 6.4% year on year to 28.14 million tons in the first eight months of this year, according to the latest statistics released by the National Development and Reform Commission.

New gold exchange aims to catapult China into ranks of global bullion centers
China's first global physical gold market opened in Shanghai's pilot Free Trade Zone ahead of the zone's first anniversary. The aim of the market is to lift China's influence over worldwide bullion prices.

After Overseas Rush, Chinese Firms' Iron Ore Projects Run into Trouble
Many Chinese companies have gone abroad to invest in iron ore projects over the past decade, hoping to get more negotiating leverage in prices by taking stakes in projects.

China's crude steel output up 2.6% in Jan-Aug to 550 mln tons
China, the world's largest steel producer, saw its crude steel output increase 2.6% year on year to 550.1 million tons in the first eight months of this year, according to the latest statistics released by the National Development and Reform Commission.

Today's headlines

· FTZ court launches English version of its website

· Trade zone's new gold board 'gets off to slow start'

· Higher prices boost domestic aluminum production

· China-Russia pipeline deal to shape global LNG prices: Tokyo Gas official

Int'l Highlights

· European steel sector set for massive job cuts - industry body

· Brazil's natural gas demand rises 12.5% year-to-date through August: Abegas

· Britain eyes Libor misuse powers for oil, gold sectors

· Polish miners blocking Russian coal on border crossing

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