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China stockpiler's copper buy at least 200,000 T in 2015: sources
China's stockpiler plans to buy about 200,000 tonnes of refined copper in 2015 from the international market and may more than double the amount if global prices are low, three industry sources said.

China aims to reduce coal reliance in next five-year plan
China will rely less on coal in its energy strategy for the 2016-2020 period, with less polluting fuels set to dominate, a government official said on Thursday.

Steel industry margins remain flat for 2014
Chinese steel mills have seen their sales margins fall below 1 percent as they dealt with a transforming domestic economy with a slower growth rate and an overall decline in iron ore and coal prices, China Iron and Steel Association (CISA) said on Thursday.

Green light for China giant Shenhua's NSW coal project
CHINESE giant Shenhua's NSW coal project has been approved by the independent planning assessment commission.

Today's headlines

· Authorities review China's rare earth targets set out in 2011

· Merger of two major nuclear industry players to get green light

· China steel industry struggles

· Half of China's aluminum smelters running at a loss

Int'l Highlights

· U.S. crude oil stocks return to 1930s crisis levels: Kemp

· India overtakes China as world's leading gold consumer -GFMS

· Russian Rusal's 2014 aluminum output slips to record low

· Ghana to scale up Jubilee oil production with expanded development

Specials

· China Mining 2011

· China Mining 2010

· 2010 Iron Ore Price Talks

· China Mining 2009

     
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