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China Steel Corp (2002.TW)

2002.TW on Taiwan Stock Exchange

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5 Dec 2016
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China steel futures notch up record fall on liquidity worries

BEIJING Chinese steel and steelmaking raw materials futures plunged on Wednesday as investors rushed to liquidate bullish bets as soaring bond yields renewed concerns about liquidity in the world's second-largest economy.

Top China steel city orders more plant closures in pollution fight

BEIJING/MANILA China's top steelmaking city has ordered many of its industrial factories to curb production or even close for as long as four months through to March in a bid to clear the skies of smog.

UPDATE 2-POSCO Q3 profit jumps to more than 4-yr high on steel price gains

* Company cautions on Q4 due to coking coal price surge (Add executive comments, Moody's report)

Cleaner, but not leaner: China steel mills defy capacity cutbacks

SHANGHAI/SINGAPORE, Oct 22 Chinese steel mills are becoming cleaner every month as Beijing pushes to curb its smoke-stack industries. But they're not getting any leaner.

REFILE-China iron ore imports rise in September - Thomson Reuters data

LONDON, Oct 3 Chinese iron ore imports rose in September, according to Reuters data, as its steelmakers ramped up output in the face of global trade tensions about the country's steel exports.

China steel falls to lowest since June amid property curbs

MANILA Chinese steel prices dropped to their lowest in nearly three months on Monday on worries that fresh efforts to curb home purchases could slow demand in the top global steel consumer.

UPDATE 4-U.S. challenges China raw material export duties in trade enforcement push

WASHINGTON, July 13 The United States challenged China's export duties on nine key metals and minerals on Wednesday, arguing they violate Beijing's commitments to the World Trade Organization (WTO) and give an unfair advantage to Chinese manufacturers.

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