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Metallurgical Corp of China signs RMB 243.45 bln of contracts in Jan-Sep
Metallurgical Corp of China Ltd, or MCC, the country's leading mining and smelting operator, signed RMB 243.45 billion worth of contracts in the first nine months of this year, 45.7% more than it realized in the same period of 2013.

MMG to spend $3b to complete Peru mine
China's MMG Ltd said it expects to spend around $3 billion to complete the construction of the huge Las Bambas copper mine in Peru and aims to start producing in the first quarter of 2016, a higher cost and later start than previously expected.

Cloudy skies ahead for coal industry
China's decision to reimpose tariffs on imported coal from Wednesday will help domestic coal producers in the short term and pose hardships for Chinese traders and foreign companies in the long run, experts said.

Shanxi coal sustainable development fund to stop operation
A coal sustainable development fund will stop operations on Dec 1. The fund has been running for more than seven years.

Today's headlines

· Australian coal body calls for urgent talks on new tariffs

· Coalbed methane and natural gas project goes into operation

· Positive China trade data boosts Australian dollar, mining companies

· China, Russia ink 38 deals

Int'l Highlights

· Botswana launches state owned oil company

· Indonesia plans to scale down tin export next year to boost price

· Gems and utility jade sales kicks off in Myanmar

· Global copper market to swing to surplus in 2015 for first time in 5 years

Specials

· China Mining 2011

· China Mining 2010

· 2010 Iron Ore Price Talks

· China Mining 2009

     
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