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China's metal producers ask govt to buy up surplus
China's aluminum and nickel producers have asked the government to buy up surplus metal, sources said, the first coordinated effort since 2009 to revive prices suffering their worst rout since the global financial crisis.

Chinese oil trader sees economy benefiting as import rules ease
China is opening up its crude-import market to private companies quicker than expected as the government looks to ease an economic slowdown, according to the general manager of oil trader China Zhenhua Oil Co.

China Three Gorges wins bid to operate 2 Brazilian hydropower plants
China Three Gorges (CTG) on Wednesday won the rights to operate two major hydroelectric plants in Brazil, the Brazilian Electricity Regulatory Agency (Aneel) said.

China's Shagang, Magang Cut Ferrous Scrap Buying Prices $4.70/MT
Chinese steelmakers Jiangsu Shagang and Maanshan Iron & Steel reduced ferrous scrap buying prices Thursday, following reductions Saturday, as rebar and iron ore prices dropped further.

Today's headlines

· Iron and steel association rejects global blame for overcapacity

· Chinese firms seal $28m chrome deal

· Massive gold deposit found in Shandong

· China slashes wholesale gas prices as it seeks to spur demand for cleaner fuel

Int'l Highlights

· Slovenian scientists make breakthrough on rare earth technology: report

· Macedonia's distressed mining industries call for gov't intervention

· BHP rejects UN's assertion that Brazil mine tailings dam collapse is toxic

· Russia ceases gas supply to Ukraine over unfulfilled prepayment


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