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Miners ready for new Mongolia boom with one-fifth of the country to be opened for digging

Mongolian's Mining Minister said nearly 21 percent of the country will soon be opened up for mining exploration in an attempt to shore up its finances.

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INTERVIEW-Nippon Steel looks to mixed-length deals, new suppliers to buffer coal volatility

TOKYO, May 23- Japan's top steelmaker Nippon Steel& Sumitomo Metal is considering measures to counter volatile coking coal prices, such as contracts of varying lengths and seeking out supply sources outside of Australia, its senior official said. Japanese steelmakers have suffered heavy costs from surging coking coal prices and were forced to scramble for...

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COLUMN-Coal exporters should fret as China, India become policy-driven markets: Russell

But- and there is always a "but" for the coal sector in recent years- the exporting miners have to face the uncomfortable reality that the two biggest importers in the world, China and India, are now markets where policy decisions are the main drivers, not supply and demand fundamentals. This makes the long-term outlook for the seaborne coal market hard to predict and...

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UPDATE 1-Multinationals in Vietnam targeted by hackers linked to government-report

SINGAPORE, May 15- Hackers either working for the Vietnamese government or on their behalf have broken into the computers of multinationals operating in the country as part of an increasingly sophisticated cyberespionage campaign, cybersecurity company FireEye said. "All the activity we have seen is of interest to the nation of Vietnam," Carr said in a phone...

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Multinationals in Vietnam targeted by hackers linked to government-report

SINGAPORE, May 15- Hackers either working for the Vietnamese government or on their behalf have broken into the computers of multinationals operating in the country as part of an increasingly sophisticated cyberespionage campaign, cybersecurity company FireEye said. "All the activity we have seen is of interest to the nation of Vietnam," Carr said in a phone...

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Beijing's battle against pollution takes toll on truck drivers at coal port

TIANJIN, China/ BEIJING, May 11- On a recent visit to the area around Tianjin Port Co Ltd, there were more than one hundred empty trucks parked at the coal storage centre run by Ningdong Logistic Co.. It is a sign that Beijing's years-long war on pollution is disrupting the logistics of the market for coal- one of China's crucial commodities- as well as the lives of what...

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Chinese group Inner Mongolia Yili to bid for Danone's Stonyfield

PARIS/ HONG KONG, May 10- Chinese food and dairy company Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial said on Wednesday that it planned to bid for Danone's entire stake in U.S. organic yoghurt business Stonyfield for about $850 million. Danone declined to comment, while Yili said the deal was in its preliminary stages. Danone had said earlier this year that it would sell...

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For one Chinese city, new "Silk Road" leaves old problems unsolved

*China's Hunchun named as "One Belt, One Road" city. *Strategic location wedged between North Korea and Russia. HUNCHUN, China, May 10- In August, 2014, planners in the northeastern Chinese city of Hunchun argued in state media that it should be included in the "One Belt, One Road" project, Beijing's vision laid out the previous year of a new Silk Road across Asia to Europe.

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COLUMN-China's commodity imports return to more normal levels: Russell

LAUNCESTON, Australia, May 9- The pullback in China's imports in April of crude oil and major bulk commodities, except coal, is more of a reminder that strong gains can't last forever than a warning that demand is waning in the world's biggest importer of natural resources. This is also substantially higher than the 7.6 million bpd imports averaged for 2016,...

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COLUMN-China's coal imports take temporary hit from Australian cyclone: Russell

The main beneficiary of Australia's weather-related misfortune was Indonesia, the world's top exporter of thermal coal, with vessel-tracking data showing its exports to China rose 37 percent to 9.49 million tonnes in April from March's 6.93 million. This was the highest level of shipments from Indonesia to China since December, and it's possible the April...

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