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By Giuelith Timantti Ltd.
Minerals & Metallurgy - Iron Ore Wholesale and Trade Supply (Norway)

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
A lack of available capital flow into China’s steel sector appears to have driven a sell-off in steel inventories held by some Chinese steel traders. China Coal Report investigates.

By Jayashankar Menon, Editor, Automotive Horizon
One of the major steel players in India, JSW Steel's crude steel production in March this year dipped by three percent at 592,000 tonnes as against 610,000 tonnes achieved in the previous month.

By Key Capital Corporation
Key Capital Corporation is pleased to announce the launch of the Company’s operational website.

By Key Capital Corporation
Key Capital Corporation is pleased to announce the engagements of Jeffrey R. Perry Law Firm, P.C. as the Company’s outside corporate counsel and Don D. Meyers, Associates as the Company’s independent accountant.

By Key Capital Corporation
Key Capital has positioned itself as a streaming business that will provision resource project funding through streaming agreements that provide for a life of mine share in gold, silver, base metals or energy product production.

By Stacey Melvin
The global demand for commodities has protected Australia and New Zealand from economic uncertainty in recent years.

By Report Reserve
comprehensive understanding of the Iron ore mining industry in United States.

By CDV Investments
Research In Motion is considering topping Google Inc’s $900 mln bid for Nortel Networks Corp’s wireless technology patents.

By CDV Investments
Germany’s biggest lender intends to alter the status of is chief U.S. subsidiary ahead of new capital rules due to come into effect under a U.S. regulatory overhaul.

By CDV Investments
The world’s second-biggest mining company by sales blames the severe weather in Australia for the drop in first quarter output of iron ore and coking coal.

By Milton Financials
Ending months of uncertainty, China has finally resumed the shipment of rare earth minerals to Japan.

By Milton Financials
Privately held commodity trading giant Glencore may list early next year with an IPO that could raise as much as $16 billion.

By Milton Financials
Zink look set to continue its multi-month rally into next year say analysts.

By Regal Group International
Copper trades at record prices as inflation in the globe’s biggest consumer reaches a two year high.

By Regal Group International
After slashing debt, Rio is still expected to move into a strong cash position in 2011.

By Milton Financials
Spurred on by strong prices and increased demand mining companies post huge third quarter profits.

By Milton Financials
Tocom will consider mergers with other exchanges as Japan seeks to consolidate exchanges according to the exchanges president.

By Regal Group International
The world’s largest commodities trader is considering an IPO, driven by the credit squeeze and falling commodity prices.

By Regal Group International
Anglo American Plc. has increase third quarter production by 11% to take advantage of strengthening platinum prices.

By Regal Group International
Shares of both exchanges suffered as Australia’s minority government announced that no approval would be granted before exhaustive scrutiny of the deal.

By Milton Financials
Ever increasing sales of portable electronics and battery-powered vehicles will rapidly spur demand for lithium.

By Regal Group International
China’s first rate hike in three years is unlikely to restrain demand in the globe’s largest metals user say traders.

By Commodities Online
Michael Casey, president of Commodities Online, a private company in the physical commodities wholesaling business, announced today that it had completed an Iron Ore contract that paid out after 70 days with a preferred rate of return at 22%.

By Regal Group International
Swiss bank UBS says further U.S. monetary easing could be a “game changer” for commodities.

By Commodities Online
Commodities Online continues to expand its offerings of commodities contract participations with the announcement today of a Copper Ore contract with an approximate length of 100 days.

By Regal Group International
The globe’s second largest iron ore exporter hasn’t experienced any demand slowdown after China cut power to some steel makers.

By EconomyWatch.com
Rush for key steel ingredient has created huge new fortunes in India Mining scandals emerged in 5 Indian states w > 20,000 complaints of illegal mining filed nationally past 3 months Politicians in many states accused of enriching selves or friends

By EconomyWatch.com
Chinese-owned mine in S Peru desert site of major continuing violent clashes w local workers They claim Shougang Co repeatedly reneged on key promises re wages, housing & pollution Bad sign 4 C policy securing commodities directly from 3rdW govts

By Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA
The Minister for Resources and Energy, Martin Ferguson AM MP, today turned the first sod at a ceremony to mark the commencement of construction of Australia's largest ever resources project, the $43 billion Gorgon gas project.

By Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA
The Chamber of Minerals and Energy of WA (CME), welcomes the State Government’s new Department of Training and Workforce evelopment and its focus on the preparation of a Workforce Development Plan.

By Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA
Australian Government announces 11,000 additional training places for SME’s in $25 million skills shortage program.

By Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA
Parliamentary Secretary for Western and Northern Australia, Gary Gray, today welcomed the agreement to integrate the Australian Technical College (ATC) - Pilbara, into the Western Australian State education and training system.

By Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA
Recently, there has been a lot of talk about a skills shortage in relation to several massive projects announced for Western Australia.

By Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA
Students at secondary schools across Western Australia will be given a range of opportunities to learn more about the resources industry thanks to a new program launched by the Chamber of Minerals and Energy (CME).

By Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA
The Federal Government’s establishment of a National Resource Sector Employment Taskforce has been welcomed by the Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia (CME).

By Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA
The Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia (CME) welcomes the State Government’s decision to create a new Department of Training and Workforce Development.

By Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA
The Chamber of Minerals and Energy (CME) has questioned figures reported in today’s West Australian newspaper claiming that “up to 40% of the State’s mining sector has been made redundant since late last year”.

By Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA
Future labour demand driven by the minerals and energy industry will continue to create labour shortages, with a potential need for an additional 26,000 employees by 2013, according to the Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia (CME).

By Abundance Minerals Pte Ltd
Abundance Mineral has signed a partnership agreement with Chery Global Industry Co. Ltd for the China and India market in the metals and minerals sector.

By Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA
There is no doubt that the mining industry is in for a tough couple of years as the global financial crisis slows demand for commodities. Despite this, the industry will remain one of Australia’s largest employers with the skills crisis continuing.

By Danni Wilson
Just as we are investing in economic infrastructure to make sure we can take advantage of the recovery, we are also investing in skills.

By Shawn Brown
Through it's unprecedented access to some of the world's largest Brazilian iron ore mining companies, Varaich is able to provide large quantities of high quality iron ore at very competitive rates.

By Danni Wilson
The Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia (CME) has welcomed the State Government's Training WA: Planning for the future 2009-2018 report unveiled yesterday by the Hon Peter Collier MLC, Minister for Energy and Training.

By Danni Wilson
CME, the peak resources sector representative body in Western Australia welcomes the announcement by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) to provide guaranteed education and training places to people between 17 and 25 years of age.

By The Chamber of Minerals & Energy WA
Substantial growth in Western Australia is projected to return in the medium to long term, according to a Study to be released by the Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia (CME).

By Danni Wilson
23 January Press Release is from the Chamber of Minerals and Energy, Danni Wilson. For career information see www.peopleforthefuture.com.au

By Danni Wilson
21 January 2009 Press Release is from the Chamber of Minerals and Energy, Danni Wilson. For career information see www.peopleforthefuture.com.au

By The Chamber of Minerals & Energy WA
The Attraction and Retention of Women in the Western Australian Resources Sector document and tools were launched on Thursday 27th November.

By Aarkstore
Currently, China is already the third largest medical device market in the world, after the United States and Japan. Within 5 to 7 years, China will surpass Japan and become the second largest medical device market in the world.



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