China steel exports disrupt markets

Faltering domestic demand leaves producers looking abroad

Corporate India frets over debt levels

Nation’s industrial and banking sectors enter new political era still undercapitalised

SHV buys Dutch animal feed group Nutreco

Family-owned trading company looks to diversify

Wanted: Execs to rise to Norway challenge

Statoil chief’s departure highlights struggle to retain talent

Tata’s next step after steel sale awaited

Extensive plan raises hope of sharper scrutiny for other holdings

Infrastructure bars India’s growth path

Investment climate remains inhospitable and cost of capital too high

Steel in China is now cheap as cabbage

Country’s annual consumption may fall for first time in 19 years

Nickel bear market belies outlook

Indonesia export ban still looms large over metal’s supply

Rangers and Daniel Stewart show Aim risks

Troubles are mounting for the club and its financial adviser

Dark times for US coal industry

Environmental regulations and shale gas competition pose serious threat

Cheap gas and green rules undermine coal

US miners cut jobs and spending as weakened shares fall further

Profits surge at primary Alcoa unit

Group eyes growth in aluminium demand despite concerns on world economy

LME wins UK appeal over metals delivery

Aluminium producer Rusal calls decision ‘disappointing’

Yara ousts chief in midst of merger talks

Chairman of Norwegian fertiliser group rejects image of chaos

Russia: sifting in the rouble

Despite value on offer in steelmakers, there is still Putin

US steelmakers plan car market comeback

Alabama plant emerges as battleground in fight against aluminium

Alibaba: Weapons of mass ecommerce

On sale on the online site is technical equipment that can be used in nuclear arms

Agarwal to give his fortune to charity

Sinosteel woes resurrect China debt fears

Troubles at state-owned steel trader heighten

Evraz to spin off North American business

Russian steelmaker seeks to pay down pre-crisis debt


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