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China's iron ore lump demand pushes spot price higher for fifth week
Spot prices of seaborne iron ore lump gained for the fifth week to the highest since May 7, as the economics of using the feed drew sustained demand from Chinese steelmakers.

China's gold output up 9.5% in H1 at 211 metric tons
China saw its gold output increase by 9.47% year on year to 211.07 metric tons (MT) in the first half of this year, according to statistics released by China Gold Association.

Chinese firm to invest funds in Zambia's mineral exploration works
Chinese mining firm, Jinchuan Group, plans to invest about 26.6 million US dollars in exploration works in Zambia, a company official said on Monday.

Beijing closes coal plant
Beijing closed a large coal-fired power plant on Wednesday, replacing it with a gas-fired one to cut pollution.

Today's headlines

· China-Venezuela oil refinery builds petrochemical zone

· US to keep antidumping duty orders on steel threaded rod, malleable iron pipe fittings from China

· China coal demand to peak by 2020 - Standard & Poor

· US to keep antidumping duty orders on steel products from China

Int'l Highlights

· Japan's spot aluminum imports stall on high prices, heavy stocks

· BHP posts record Australian iron ore production

· London Metal Exchange traders fined for standing up

· US stainless steel surcharges mostly flat in August

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