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Chinese government urged to cut taxes on steel scrap as consumption falls
The China Association of Metalscrap Utilization has been lobbying the central government to lower the 17% tax on steel scrap sales to help increase its utilization in steelmaking, CAMU Secretary General Li Shubin said at the 7th China International Metal Recycling Conference in Beijing last weekend.

Sinopec leads Top 500 Chinese Enterprises list
Chinese oil giant Sinopec Group ranked first on the 2014 edition of the Top 500 Chinese Enterprises list, marking the tenth year that the company has held the title.

China's Jiangxi Copper posts 3.6 pct fall in H1 net profit
Jiangxi Copper Co Ltd , China's top producer of the metal, posted a 3.6 percent drop in first half net profit as metal prices remained weak amid slower growth in the world's second largest economy.

China steel futures slip, traders still wary
Chinese steel futures slipped further on Tuesday, with buyers still unconvinced by efforts to tackle a supply glut and worried that weak manufacturing is adding to the damage caused by a property slowdown in the world's top steelmaking nation.

Today's headlines

· U.S. sets steep preliminary duties on Chinese steel wire rod imports

· China oil giants to open spending taps as graft probe may have peaked

· China acts on heavy metal pollution

· Shanxi sets up coal mine metrological appliances inspection center

Int'l Highlights

· Australia abandons mining tax as China's resource demand weakens

· Bellzone Mining announces advance on funding for Guinean iron ore project

· Brazil iron ore exports slump in Aug

· Agincourt H1 gold output at 134,937 ounces -Kontan

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