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Construction of China-Russia gas project strengthens energy ties
Construction of the Chinese section of the China-Russia East-Route Natural Gas Pipeline began on Monday, further boosting energy cooperation between the two countries, analysts said.

Apparent oil need up as demand grows
CHINA'S apparent oil demand in May rose 8.2 percent from a year earlier to 43.8 million tons on the back of growing market across all oil product categories, according to a latest Platts analysis of Chinese government data.

Shanghai rebar futures hit record low as spot drags
Chinese rebar futures dropped for the fourth straight session to a record low on Tuesday, dragged down by sluggish spot prices as the worldĄ¯s top producer is wrestling with the supply glut and softening demand.

China's demand for Australian thermal coal down 31% on year in fiscal 2015
China's intake of thermal coal shipments from countries including Australia and Indonesia is forecast at 157 million mt for the fiscal year ended June 2015, representing a 31% decrease on traded volumes of 229 million mt in the preceding fiscal year period, said the Australian government in a report Tuesday.

Today's headlines

· Fueling growth across Papua New Guinea

· 9 killed in E. China abandoned mine

· Russia now China's largest crude supplier

· China's ICBC says keen to join London gold price benchmark

Int'l Highlights

· Ukraine coal reserves at thermal power plants up to 1.367 million mt

· Zambia resumes VAT refund payments to mining firms - minister

· Australia cuts 2015 iron ore price forecast by 10 pct

· Papua New Guinea opens its doors to foreign investors

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