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SHFE bonded warrants may help Chinese copper trade: industry
Chinese importers of refined copper could increase their use of bonded warrants monitored by the Shanghai Futures Exchange (SHFE) to get short-term loans as banks have tightened credit while investigations continue into a metals financing scam.

China's natural gas demand expected to drop
China's gas demand growth is expected to ease to its slowest in three years in 2014 and dip again next year, as a slowing economy and an ill-timed hike in prices keep gas demand at levels well below bullish forecasts.

Northeastern China's H1 metal ore imports rise 25% to 21.03 million mt: Dalian Port
Northeastern China imported 21.03 million mt metal ores in the first half of 2014, up 25% year on year, Chinese port operator Dalian Port (PDA) Company said in its interim report filed to Hong Kong Stock Exchange Monday, September 15.

China aluminium executive resigns after corruption probe
A senior executive at the state-owned Aluminium Corp of China Ltd (Chalco) has resigned, the company said on Tuesday, a day after the government's top anti-graft agency said he was being investigated for suspected corruption.

Today's headlines

· Qingdao to build Graphene Industry Innovation Base

· Massive mineral deposits discovered in China

· Chinese, Tajik presidents inaugurate construction of gas pipeline, thermal power plant

· China, Turkmenistan to deepen energy cooperation

Int'l Highlights

· Gemfields forms JV to hunt for sapphires in Sri Lanka

· S.Korea's import prices fall for six months on lower oil prices

· POSCO confirms it is considering sale of specialty steel affiliate

· Exporters welcome US decision to drop steel duties

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