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PetroChina suspends natural gas contract with Russia
The China National Petroleum Corporation, PetroChina, has reportedly decided to back-out of its contract with Russian gas giant Gazprom in the construction of a natural-gas pipeline.

Chinese coal producers suffer heavy losses in H1: NDRC
Chinese coal producers suffered heavy losses in the first half of this year due to oversupply and falling coal prices, according to the country's top economic planner Thursday.

China sources 84% of H1 iron ore from Australia, Brazil; share seen rising
China's iron ore demand is falling, but its share of imports from mining giants Australia and Brazil is rising, which is squeezing smaller miners and curbing their supply.

Zhangjiagang steel giant makes Fortune 500 list
Shagang Group, a Zhangjiagang-based steel enterprise, ranked 274th in this year's Fortune 500 list, which was published by Fortune Magazine on July 22.

Today's headlines

· Steel mills expect gains from output suspension

· No progress in rescue for trapped China miners

· Chinese ambassador refutes Japan's accusation on gas platforms in E. China Sea

· ConocoPhillips reportedly ends exploration deals in China

Int'l Highlights

· Vietnam's July coal output rises 9% on year to 3.18 million mt

· Gas price fall to squeeze inflation in Slovakia

· Canadian stock market continues downswing over miners' selloffs

· Brazil's mining, steel exports plummet in H1 2015

Specials

· China Mining 2011

· China Mining 2010

· 2010 Iron Ore Price Talks

· China Mining 2009

     
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