Tag «China»

Mai-baap! China is choking – Chawm Ganguly

“Mai” is a Chinese word for smog. A word that is literally choking Beijing and other major cities in Eastern China, thanks to the overwhelming burning of coal for power generation. Visibility is severely hampered on the ground level as a shroud of toxic fumes seems to have engulfed the cities. Children are restricted indoors, …

Strong start to Fourth Antwerp Diamond Trade Fair, as buyers arrive from China, Europe, Middle East, Russia and USA

Antwerp, Belgium – January 27, 2013:The fourth edition of the Antwerp Diamond Trade Fair opened today in Antwerp, Belgium. With scores of visitors waiting in line to collect their badges at the registration desk, foot traffic in the corridors of the Antwerp Diamond Bourse and the Diamond Club of Antwerp was strong, turning the exhibition …

2nd BRICS Health Ministers’ Meet Begins Tomorrow

The second BRICS Health Ministers’ Meet will begin with a two-day programme in New Delhi tomorrow. While the programme of first day will be held at Dr. Ramalingaswamy Auditorium, AIIMS, New Delhi, the second day programme will be at Banquet Hall, Ashoka Hotel, New Delhi. The first day’s programme will be participated by the Health …

China exported 2.7 million tons of manufactured steel products to Latin America between January-November 2012


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Santiago of Chile, January 07, 2013. Latin America represented 10% of the exports of manufactured iron and steel products (chapter 73) from China to the world between January and November 2012, reaching 2.7 million tons, 8% more than in the same period of 2011. Between January-November 2012, the main importing countries of manufactured iron and …

AISI DISAPPOINTED AT ADMINISTRATION’S FAILURE TO NAME CHINA A CURRENCY MANIPULATOR


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On November 28th 2012, AISI President and CEO, Thomas J. Gibson, issued the following statement in reaction to the Administration’s decision not to name China a currency manipulator in the Treasury Department’s semiannual report: “We are extremely disappointed that once again the Administration decided not to name China a currency manipulator in the Treasury Department’s …

China Playing a Major Role in Global Silver Market – New Silver Institute Report Explores Dramatic Changes in Last Decade

(Washington, D.C. – December 13, 2012) China’s role in the global silver market has dramatically changed over the past decade. Once a small player in the global market, China today is the world’s leading market for both physical investment and paper trading of silver futures and other similar products, and is the second largest silver …

Pragmatism, not pushiness—China adopts low-key approach to secure economic interests in the Arctic, says SIPRI

(Stockholm, 27 November 2012) Aware of the suspicions some countries have about its intentions in the Arctic, China is adopting a deliberately low-key public stance that avoids talk about minerals, oil and gas and focuses on climate change and shipping routes. Nevertheless, China is determined not to be sidelined in decisions that it believes will …

Forthcoming Conferences


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35th Annual Coal Marketing Days The Seminal Coal Buyers/Sellers Event Date: September 20–21, 2012 Venue: Omni William Penn Hotel, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania coal@platts.com 2nd Annual SBB Steel Raw Materials Europe 2012 Date: September 27-28, 2012 Venue: Hilton Amsterdam • Amsterdam, Netherlands support@platts.com     32nd Coaltrans World Coal Conference Date: 14 – 16 October 2012 Venue: …

Gold – the Hot Commodity of 2012 and 500 B.C.

With Interest in the Precious Metal High, Art Expert Examines Its Past If ever gold was precious, it’s now. “Gold has remained at or near record high prices, even while the value of other commodities falls,” notes art expert Terry Stanfill, author of Realms of Gold: Ritual to Romance (realmsofgoldthenovel.blogspot.com), a book that blends factual ancient …