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China Natural Resources, Inc. Announces 2013 Results Of Operations
HONG KONG, March 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CHINA NATURAL RESOURCES, INC. (NASDAQ:CHNR) , a company based in the People's Republic of China, today announced its results of operations for the year ended December 31, 2013 as follows.
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Alpha Natural Resources, Inc. (NYSE:ANR): Coal Prices pushing Creditors ...
Alpha Natural Resources, Inc. (NYSE:ANR) has failed to turn to profits at the back of spending $7.1 billion on Massey Energy that marked the industry most expensive takeover.
Coal Plunge Pushes Alpha Natural Creditors Toward Distres  Bloomberg
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Yunnan: China's Bridgehead to Southeast Asia and Beyond
... along with a number of other policing and natural resource concerns (especially with rivers such as the Mekong and Salween, which pass through Yunnan); and the rising Chinese middleclass and its disposable income, the promotion of a leisure economy ...
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China Builds Massive Stockpile of Uranium
Canada, the world's second largest natural uranium producer, commenced shipping natural uranium to China in 2012.
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CITIC Pacific in $36.5 billion deal to buy parent's main business
Under the deal, CITIC Pacific will acquire CITIC Ltd, which has businesses in China ranging from real estate to banking, securities, infrastructure, energy, natural resources and engineering. It made a net profit of 34.3 billion yuan in 2013. CITIC ...
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CANADA STOCKS-TSX climbs as China data drives gains
Suncor Energy Inc added 0.9 percent to C$39.74, and Canadian Natural Resources Ltd gained 0.8 percent to C$44.12. In corporate news, Metro Inc shares jumped 2.5 percent, to C$65.82, after the grocer reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit and ...
Closing Bell: TSX, Wall Street advance, but worries about valuations, China ...  The Province
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COLUMN-China economic data shows trend to less-intensive commodity use ...
The same holds true for other resources, such as copper, and more recently soybeans and gold have been added to the list of commodities where demand has been artificially stoked by credit financing deals.
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Asia's growing importance in the global economy
Not only did rapid Chinese demand increase the prices Australia received for its exports, but also Chinese manufacturing production helped to decrease the price of Australian imports.
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CANADA FX DEBT-C$ weaker on China data, before central bank report
Canada's currency is sensitive to economic developments in China, a major consumer of the natural resources that Canada exports.
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CITIC Pacific says to buy parent's main unit for $36.5 billion
Under the deal, first flagged last month, CITIC Pacific will acquire CITIC Ltd, which has businesses in China ranging from real estate to banking, securities, infrastructure, energy, natural resources and engineering. It made a net profit of 34.3 ...