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China's steel outlook set to fall
CHINA'S steel market is expected to decline in the next 30 days due to weaker expectations for new domestic and export orders ahead of the weeklong Chinese New Year holiday, according to the latest Platts China Steel Sentiment Index (Platts CSSI).

New China credit policy to hit copper imports in Shanghai trade zone
Trading companies operating in Shanghai's free trade zone are likely to cut back on using copper imports as a financing tool as they are now allowed to borrow from overseas banks more freely, trading sources said.

Energy ties with Russia 'important for China'
The nation should maintain close cooperation with Russia in the energy sector and accelerate a new natural gas pipeline project, said Vice-Premier Zhang Gaoli on Friday in Beijing during his meeting with Alexei Miller, president of Russia's state-owned natural gas giant Gazprom OAO.

China considers taking more actions about steel pipe trade dispute
An official of China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said on Saturday that the ministry will consider taking possible actions in response to a ruling by the World Trade Organization (WTO) panel about a steel pipe trade dispute.

Today's headlines

· China likely to import more iron ore from Vale

· Mining for deals in London

· China's non-ferrous metal industry under pressure

· Cheaper oil has limited impact on lifting Chinese economy: Moody's

Int'l Highlights

· US oil producer slashes budget by nearly 60 pct on oil crunch

· ArcelorMittal sees iron ore hit, lower steel growth in 2015

· Court halts auction of two coal mines previously held by Jindal Steel

· Rattled European consumers buy more gold in January

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