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China's 10 nonferrous metal output up 6.5% in Jan-Oct to 35.8 mln tons
The combined output of the ten nonferrous metals rose 6.5% year on year to 35.8 million tons in the first ten months of this year, according to the latest statistics released by the National Development and Reform Commission.

China Shanxi's Oct coal output rises 13% on month to 81.43 mil mt
Coal output in China's Shanxi province rose 12.96% month on month and edged up 0.15% year on year to 81.43 million mt in October, reversing a three-month decline, latest Shanxi Coal Industry Administration data showed Wednesday.

China's crude steel output up 2.1% in Jan-Oct to 685.35 mln tons
China, the world's largest steel producer, saw its crude steel output increase 2.1% year on year to 685.35 million tons in the first ten months of this year, according to the latest statistics released by the National Development and Reform Commission.

Gold mine reserves surge in east China province
East China's Shandong Province's proven gold deposit reserves have reached a record high over the past three years, ranking at top one in the country, a statement from the provincial resources department said.

Today's headlines

· 24 killed in State-owned coal mine fire in NE China

· Private investors flock to Africa

· Latin American steel industry seeks 'win-win' cooperation with China

· China resource demand to continue: RBA

Int'l Highlights

· Global unwrought aluminum stocks up 31,000 mt in Oct: IAI

· Iran sees global oil oversupply increasing next year, calls for non-OPEC assistance

· Zambian Power Surplus to Shrink as Copper Mining Expands

· Ghana's Mining Sector records low fatalities

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