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Chinese steel, iron ore fall further as traders stay away
Chinese steel and iron ore prices fell further on Tuesday, with buyers unconvinced by efforts to tackle a supply glut and worried that weak manufacturing is adding to the damage caused by a property slowdown in the world's top steelmaking nation.

Zhang Gaoli, Putin witness start of construction on China-Russia gas pipeline
Construction of the China- Russia East Route natural gas pipeline started in this eastern Siberia city as visiting Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli and Russian President Vladimir Putin witnessed the welding of the first roll of steel pipes Monday evening.

Coal stocks at China's key Bohai sea ports fall for 7th straight week
Coal stocks at China's four major Bohai Sea ports dropped 4% week on week to 17.334 million mt on August 31, the seventh straight week of fall, the Qinhuangdao port authorities said Monday, September 1.

China cuts retail gas prices
China's top economic planner announced on Monday the cuts in the retail price of gasoline by 105 yuan ($17.02) per tonne and that of diesel by 100 yuan.

Today's headlines

· China Banks Boost Precious Metals Hoard Amid Lease Demand

· Online expo and summit forum to highlight fifth Taiyuan Energy Industry Expo

· Copper mining deal strengthens China-Peru ties

· Shanxi Coal fires off $137 million in lawsuits over Qingdao port scandal

Int'l Highlights

· Bellzone Mining announces advance on funding for Guinean iron ore project

· Brazil iron ore exports slump in Aug

· Agincourt H1 gold output at 134,937 ounces -Kontan

· PanAust Says Frieda River Copper, Gold Mine to Cost $1.7 Billion

Specials

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· China Mining 2010

· 2010 Iron Ore Price Talks

· China Mining 2009

     
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