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Mining News Pro - Researchers from a number of institutions in the US and the UK published a study that states that emissions from coal-fired power plants in China are fertilizing the North Pacific Ocean with a metal nutrient important for marine life.

Mining News Pro - China’s acceleration of its ‘new infrastructure’ plan will support the government’s beneficiation ambition in the metals industry, boosting production of high-end metals as opposed to primary metals, industry analyst Fitch Solutions finds in its latest report.

Mining News Pro - Copper has touched $7,000 per metric tonne on the London Metal Exchange, having climbed roughly 60% from a late-March nadir.

Mining News Pro - Platinum demand is set to fall by 7.2% globally this year, on the back of lower demand from the automotive and jewellery sector.

Mining News Pro - The refined copper market is on course to register a supply-demand shortfall this year, according to the International Copper Study Group (ICSG).

Mining News Pro - The copper price was once again within sight of more than two-year highs on Monday and nickel reached an 11-month peak after Chinese data showed growth in the world’s second-largest economy is gathering momentum.

Mining News Pro - ndonesia expects to see investment in nickel processing, as well as petrochemicals, double to $35 billion by 2033, led by investors from China seeking to expand their businesses in Southeast’s biggest economy.

Mining News Pro - Aurizon managing director and chief executive officer Andrew Harding expects that a Chinese decline in coal imports will continue.

Mining News Pro - China has suspended purchases of Australian coal, according to people familiar with the order, as Beijing continues to tightly control imports of the fuel amid soured political relations with Canberra.

Mining News Pro - The Australian Government has approached Chinese authorities for confirmation on speculation that the nation is banning Australian coal imports.

Mining News Pro - A bipartisan, federal response is required for the United States to compete with China’s ownership of the next generation of transportation, according to a new report from Securing America’s Future Energy (SAFE).

Mining News Pro - Sixteen people were killed in a southwest China coal mine accident on Sunday, the official Xinhua news agency said, the latest accident in a country with a poor history of industrial safety.

Mining News Pro - Profits of China`s major industrial firms totaled 612.81 billion yuan (about 90 billion U.S. dollars) in August, increasing by 19.1 percent year on year, data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) showed Sunday.

Mining News Pro - Iron ore prices hit fresh six-and-a-half year highs on Monday on the back of a Chinese construction and factory expansion boom.

Mining News Pro - Copper prices pulled back sharply on Monday despite near-record level Chinese imports and dwindling global inventories of the metal.

Mining News Pro - The US and Europe’s ambition to boost production of rare raw materials used in electric vehicles and wind turbines and reduce dependence on China will face obstacles, including higher costs and environmental concerns.

Mining News Pro - China imported more aluminum than it exported in July.

Mining News Pro - Iron ore prices hit six-and-a-half year highs on Thursday as the Chinese construction and manufacturing sector experiences levels of activity last seen almost a decade ago.

Mining News Pro - The global copper market could be on the cusp of a historic supply squeeze as Chinese demand runs red hot and exchange inventories plunge to their lowest levels in more than a decade.

Mining News Pro - US House lawmakers introduced a bipartisan bill aimed at reducing dependence on China for rare earths used in everything from electric vehicles to missiles to wind turbines.

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