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Some clients have reported receiving an English translation of a document issued by the Weifang local government, announcing closures of calcining plants until March 31. The document is real and the orders to close are authentic.  But there’s more to the document than what some might realize. The Weifang local government has ordered several industries […]

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Further to our post of about an hour ago, I just wanted to highlight one specific dot point in the new regulations about carbon companies. According to the new regulation, carbon companies who do NOT meet the standards will be ordered to close.  Fair enough, but here’s the rub – carbon companies who DO meet […]

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As most of you know, every year folks from around the world descend on the annual TMS convention to discuss the latest developments in petcoke, calcined coke and other raw materials.   This year TMS is being held in San Diego.   And each year, I run a live blog, describing the atmosphere and the […]

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Since the Chinese New Year break, the spot price of aluminum has jumped to RMB14,000/t. Positive macro-economic performance and signals of limited supply overseas are pushing the future market up and gave a strong support to spot market. The recent concerns about cuts to capacity because of environmental restrictions have contributed. As aluminum production grows, demand for […]

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If you know Australia’s Rugby League teams, then you know it takes a special group of people to support the Cronulla Sharks.   Cronulla is a suburb on the southern beaches of Sydney, and folk who hail from there are said to be from “the Shire”.  It is not common for Sharks fans to hail […]

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The October edition of the Black China Report went out this afternoon. If you are a subscriber, you should have received an email from Jane Zhang – check your SPAM folder just in case.   We sent it out as a direct PDF this month, because the normal app that we use is still being […]

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