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Gas, diesel prices to be cut
The retail gasoline price has been cut by 240 yuan ($38.73) a metric ton, or 0.18 yuan per liter, and diesel by 230 yuan a metric ton, or 0.2 yuan per liter, starting from Friday.

China's coal use falling faster than expected
China is reducing coal use for power generation faster than expected as the use of cleaner-burning fuels and slowing economic growth drags thermal utilisation rates to a potential record low, implying imports and prices will fall further.

EU imposes anti-dumping duties on stainless steel from China and Taiwan
The European Union will impose anti-dumping duties from Thursday on imports of cold-rolled flat stainless steel from China and Taiwan, according to a notice on Wednesday in the EU's Official Journal.

China's petroleum demand slows in the 'New Normal'
China's petroleum demand growth will slow down, as China transitions toward a slower the "new normal", but crude oil import will continue to grow, said Chen Bo, president of China International United Petroleum and Chemicals Co Ltd, a member of Sinopec.

Today's headlines

· Canada seeks Chinese investment

· Top 10 steel producers in China

· Costs cloud efforts to achieve cleaner coal

· Yantai becomes world's third largest gold field

Int'l Highlights

· Global oil prices to remain bearish

· Lower oil prices, inflation opportunity for economic reform in developing Laos: ADB

· Indonesia plans to ease ban on bauxite export

· Global diamond jewellery sales hit new record high in 2014: report

Specials

· China Mining 2011

· China Mining 2010

· 2010 Iron Ore Price Talks

· China Mining 2009

     
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