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Gold mine reserves surge in east China province
East China's Shandong Province's proven gold deposit reserves have reached a record high over the past three years, ranking at top one in the country, a statement from the provincial resources department said.

China's imported iron ore stockpiles continue to rise
Stockpiles of imported iron ore at 33 major Chinese ports rose 0.78 percent over the week ending Nov 24 following a week of low demand, Xinhua's latest economic report showed Tuesday.

Shanxi's coking coal exports up 53% in Oct
Central China's Shanxi Province saw its coal exports surge 53% year on year to 0.69 million tons in Oct this year, according to statistic released by the Shanxi Provincial Commission of Economy and Information Technology.

China's Magang cuts ferrous scrap buy price on heels of Jiangsu peers
China's Maanshan Iron & Steel, also known as Magang, cut its buying price for ferrous scrap by Yuan 30/mt ($4.90/mt) Tuesday, November 25, following in the footsteps of similar reductions Monday by other mills in neighboring Jiangsu province.

Today's headlines

· 24 killed in State-owned coal mine fire in NE China

· Private investors flock to Africa

· Latin American steel industry seeks 'win-win' cooperation with China

· China resource demand to continue: RBA

Int'l Highlights

· Ghana's Mining Sector records low fatalities

· Uralkali prepares to start repair work at damaged potash mine

· S. Korea to test-transport Russian coal import via DPRK port

· Zimbabwe's largest Nickel miner gets prescribed asset status

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