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China end-March crude oil stocks down 2.9 pct on month
China's commercial crude oil inventories at the end of March fell 2.89 percent from a month earlier on lower crude imports, the official Xinhua news agency said on Wednesday.

China's Gasoline, Kerosene Stockpiles Rise to Highest Since 2010
Gasoline and kerosene stockpiles in China, the world's second-largest oil consumer, rose to the highest levels in at least four years even as exports of the fuels surged last month.

China's Xinjiang Xinfa raises aluminum smelter capacity by 69% to 1.35 mil mt/year
China's Shandong Chiping Xinfa Group has raised the aluminum production capacity at its Xinjiang smelter by 550,000 mt/year, or 69%, to 1.35 million mt/year as planned in early April, a company source said Tuesday.

HKEx to launch copper, aluminium, zinc mini-futures this year
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd plans to launch copper, aluminium, zinc and coal futures contracts this year, it said on Tuesday, the exchange's first foray into the fiercely competitive, burgeoning Chinese commodities derivatives market.

Today's headlines

· China's state refiners raise Apr crude runs to 82% capacity: Platts survey

· WTO rare earth ruling won't stop China from protecting environment

· Xinjiang aims to become onshore energy base

· Expert: China's steel industry broadly saw deficit this year

Int'l Highlights

· India's removal of iron ore ban may be bearish move

· US fuel exports increase by 10 pct in 2013

· AK Steel posts Q1 loss of $86.1 million on higher production costs

· Iron ore mining likely to restart in January in Goa

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· 2010 Iron Ore Price Talks

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