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China magnesium: Export offers track steady domestic prices
Spot export offers for Chinese magnesium ingot on a FOB basis tracked steady domestic prices, while the overseas physical buying interest has remained lacking, industry sources said Thursday.

China's coal output down 1.45% in Jan-Jul to 2.16 bln tons
China saw its coal output decrease 31.8 million tons or 1.45% year on year to 2.16 billion tons in the first seven months of this year, according to the latest statistics released by the China National Coal Association.

Zinc demand higher than expected
China's MMG Ltd, owner of the world's third-biggest zinc mine, said the global deficit in the metal had increased faster than expected, spurred partly by demand growth in China to rust-proof steel for cars.

Coal mines required to control output
Coal mines should produce in accordance with their capacity, or they will be ordered to halt production or face a fine up to 2 million yuan ($324,000), read a statement posted Thursday on the website of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the country's top economic planner.

Today's headlines

· China to Fine Coal Miners Exceeding Output Limits as Prices Drop

· China fuels world steel output to climb 1.7%

· Rare earth alliance to take on Hitachi

· China should take cues from rare-earth ruling

Int'l Highlights

· UK oil, gas and mining companies face new anti-graft rules

· India can achieve 300 mn tonnes steel output by 2025: RINL

· Mexican mining firm complains about probe of spill

· India to Raise Iron Ore, Bauxite Royalties Boosting Output Costs

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