China September aluminum, steel exports hold steady as trade row goes on

China’s aluminum exports fell slightly in September from the previous month as a narrowing price arbitrage to international markets reduced the incentive to ship metal overseas, while steel shipments edged higher. China’s unwrought aluminum and aluminum product exports were 507,000 tonnes last month, the General Administration of Customs said on Friday, up 37 percent from
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China’s export growth is expected to have further slowed in September, weighed down by a faster decline in orders as an intensifying trade war with the United States starts to hurt Chinese shipments, a Reuters poll showed. Import growth also likely came off recent highs, which would be a worrying sign for Chinese policymakers counting
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OPEC delivered only a limited increase in oil production in September, a Reuters survey has found, as a cut in Iranian shipments due to U.S. sanctions offset higher output in Libya, Saudi Arabia and Angola. The 15-member Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries pumped 32.85 million barrels per day in September, the survey on Monday
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Russian oil output in September will remain at the same level as it was in July and August, TASS news agency cited Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak as saying on Monday. Oil output stood at 11.21 million barrels per day (bpd) in August, virtually unchanged from July and near a post-Soviet high as production curbs
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MUMBAI: AMTOI will hold its 19th AGM at 3 pm at the Royal Bombay Yacht Club, Mumbai on 5th September’ 2018. In addition to the AGM, AMTOI will be running a slew of programs for the benefit of the trade : 1)            Interactive session on INSTC (International North South Transport Corridor) by leading Government luminaries
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Inpex said on Wednesday it expects to ship first liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo from its Ichthys project in Australia by end of September after safety issues resolved, maintaining earlier schedule. Australian regulators had found some safety problems on the Ichthys offshore gas platform and was considering enforcement action. Ichthys to start production after further
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The Centre issued a notification recently relaxing sugar exports norms. Sugar exports were subject to a subsidy of Rs 55 per tonne of sugar cane payable to cane farmers. However, in the earlier notification, the Ministry of Consumer Affairs had linked the compliance of all past conditions by mills to avail subsidy on exports. In
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