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Chinese company ships iron ore from Sierra Leone's Tonkolili mine
The first shipment of iron ore from Sierra Leone's New Tonkolili Iron Ore Project set sail for China from the country's Pepel Port on Friday.
Rio Tinto begins bonded area operations for blending iron ore at China port
Rio Tinto's subsidiary Rio Tinto Mining Commercial (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. and Dalian Port Co. Ltd. signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Tuesday on cooperation in port handling, storage, blending, and transshipment of iron ore.
Tianjin port posts rise in iron ore imports in H1
China's Tianjin port saw iron ore imports rise 13.6 percent year on year to around 37.86 million tonnes in the first half of this year, according to Tianjin Customs.
Interview: Brazil's mining company Vale confident in future Chinese market
Vale, the world's largest iron ore producer, is confident in the outlook of the resuming Chinese market amid COVID-19 pandemic, its executive director has said.
Iron ore prices in China expected to continue rising on tight supply in short term
Iron ore prices in China are expected to continue rising amid fluctuations in the short term, against the background of strong demand, low inventory, and tight supply expectations, Shanghai Securities News cited industry insiders as saying on Tuesday.
Tight supplies bolster iron ore prices in China, despite high steel inventories
Iron ore prices in China have recently gained momentum and outperformed, despite the slow demand and high steel inventories.
Steel prices in China fall on weak demand, dragging down iron ore prices
Steel prices on China's spot market fell last week, due to weak demand expectations and sluggish transaction volume, which also reversed the iron ore market trend and dragged down prices of imported iron ores.
Iron ore prices in China find it difficult to continue uptrend in long run, association
Iron ore prices in China will find it difficult to continue the uptrend in the long run, despite the continuous rise in June this year, the China Iron and Steel Association (CISA) predicted.
Iron ore prices in China have no grounds for sustainable surge, report
Iron ore prices in China will not keep its uptrend in the long run as the supply-demand in the domestic iron ore market don’t change fundamentally, Shanghai Securities News quoted analysts as saying on Tuesday.
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