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Coal sector seeks subsidies, clear standards
China's development of clean coal needs government subsidies and clear industrial standards, according to a proposal submitted by China Environmental Chamber of Commerce (CECC) to the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference on Monday.

Five-year Plan Aims for Cleaner Coal Consumption
The nation will launch a five-year action plan to make the industrial use of coal cleaner and more efficient amid a renewed debate on air pollution that has been sparked by a documentary on smog.

China's crude oil output up 0.6% in 2014 to 210 mln ton
China, the world's second largest oil consumer, saw its crude oil output edge up 0.6% year on year to 210 million ton in 2014, according to recent figures released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.

Rare earth exchange on solid ground
China's first rare earth exchange has operated well in its first year, turning over more than 35,000 tonnes of products, according to its chief.

Today's headlines

· More Chinese banks to take part in setting the global gold price

· China acts to rein in illegal activity in rare earths

· Steel demand limited this year: Moody's

· Russia to mull allowing China over 50 pct stake in strategic oil, gas fields - TASS

Int'l Highlights

· Australia's gold output at decade high as miners cash in on currency drop

· Angola targets 2 mil b/d crude output by 2016, pumped 1.67 mil b/d in 2014: Sonangol

· Chile produced 524,296 mt of copper in Jan, up 13% year-on-year

· India to raise import tax on steel to counter China threat

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