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Coal burning cuts Beijingers' life span by 5 years, expert says
An expert at an energy forum in Beijing, citing a study, said that burning coal to provide heating for residents in the city has cut people's life expectancy by 5 years.

China oil demand strength masks diesel weakness: Clyde Russell
China's refineries produced the most fuel on record in June and oil consumption reached the highest in 17 months, but there are still doubts as to the true strength of demand.

Rizhao Iron & Steel prices physical iron ore off Dalian futures
Rizhao Iron & Steel Group (Rigang) in east China's Shandong province has become the first domestic mill to price physical iron ore off the Dalian Commodity Exchange futures contract, a company official said Tuesday.

Gold deposits worth 6.46 billion USD discovered in Xinjiang
Geologists have discovered a large gold deposit worth a potential 6.46 billion U.S. dollars in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, local officials said on Tuesday.

Today's headlines

· OSI overhauls China operations after meat scandal

· Keli railway line of coal logistics passes the examination

· Shanxi's first coke-oven gas-to-natural gas project goes into operation

· Mining group to cooperate with Kunming Hi-Tech Zone

Int'l Highlights

· Manhattan Resources Sees Growth in Mining With Shipping 'Stable'

· German onshore wind power surges ahead of policy adjustments

· U.S. crude price drops ahead of inventories data release

· Global mining sector on the way up, but recovery still slow

Specials

· China Mining 2011

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· 2010 Iron Ore Price Talks

· China Mining 2009

     
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