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  • China’s iron ore imports up on strong demand The West

    China’s iron ore imports rose 2.8 per cent for the first two months of 2021 from a year earlier, with demand for the steelmaking ingredient supported by a firm consumption outlook. The world’s top steelmaking nation brought in 181.5 million tonnes of iron ore in January and February, according to data released by the General Administration of Customs today.

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  • China iron ore imports surge in March, exports slow

    13/4/2021· China customs data showed iron ore imports rose 18.9 per cent to 102.11 million tonnes in March. Imports for the first quarter of 2021 were up 8 per cent to

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  • China's iron ore hunger unlikely to abate soon

    16/9/2020· China's major infrastructure works have crushed the market's iron ore price forecasts, is very strong for all commodity consumption, and steel and iron ore is doing particularly well." Despite

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  • Iron ore: more than ever, it all depends on China

    27/8/2020· Sky-high iron ore prices on one side, steel production in many countries down markedly — and it is China’s demand that is the lone factor keeping iron ore consumption going. For the month of June, global steel production year-on-year was tanking: India down 23.9% on the same month in 2019, Brazil and Germany declining 18%, Japan dropping 16.8%, and Taiwan falling 13%.

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  • Iron Ore Is This Year’s Hottest Commodity on China-Fueled

    10/12/2020· China’s iron ore port stockpiles, which at 128.7 million tons are the lowest since October, will be a key gauge of supply tightness. Goldman predicts levels could fall below 100 million tons by

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  • China's iron ore imports up on demand 7NEWS.au

    China's iron ore imports rose 2.8 per cent for the first two months of 2021 from a year earlier, with demand for the steelmaking ingredient supported by a firm consumption outlook. The world's top steelmaking nation brought in 181.5 million tonnes of iron ore in January and February, according to data released by the General Administration of Customs on Sunday. That's up from 176.6 million

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  • China iron ore imports surge in March, exports slow

    13/4/2021· China customs data showed iron ore imports rose 18.9 per cent to 102.11 million tonnes in March. Imports for the first quarter of 2021 were up 8 per cent to

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  • China's iron ore imports up on demand Deniliquin

    China's iron ore imports rose 2.8 per cent for the first two months of 2021 from a year earlier, with demand for the steelmaking ingredient supported by a firm consumption outlook. The world's top steelmaking nation brought in 181.5 million tonnes of iron ore in January and February, according to data released by the General Administration of Customs on Sunday. That's up from 176.6 million

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  • China's iron ore hunger unlikely to abate soon

    16/9/2020· China's major infrastructure works have crushed the market's iron ore price forecasts, is very strong for all commodity consumption, and steel and iron ore is doing particularly well." Despite

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  • Iron ore: more than ever, it all depends on China

    27/8/2020· Sky-high iron ore prices on one side, steel production in many countries down markedly — and it is China’s demand that is the lone factor keeping iron ore consumption going. For the month of June, global steel production year-on-year was tanking: India down 23.9% on the same month in 2019, Brazil and Germany declining 18%, Japan dropping 16.8%, and Taiwan falling 13%.

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  • China's trade dispute with Australia has not extended to

    Despite all the tension between the two countries, iron ore sales to China in the first half of 2020 were actually up more than 8 per cent, with the added bonus for Australia of a higher price.

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  • Bulk Buys: China's return supercharges iron ore and steel

    24/2/2021· China’s demand for iron ore shipped from Australia and Brazil is running at record levels as the Asian country’s economy recovers strongly from the impact of the COVID pandemic. Imports of iron ore into China hit a record 1.17 billion tonnes in 2020, a rise of 7.3 per cent on 2019’s import volume of 1.08 billion tonnes, Chinese news site China Daily reported .

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  • China iron ore scare fades — but another trade threat is

    23/5/2020· “As result, China’s iron ore consumption is likely to be stronger than we had assumed,” the note said. Previously, said Capital, it had thought that high stocks and weak demand would eventually force steel mills to cut output. “But that now seems unlikely.” China needs Australian iron ore. There is no supplier able to fill any substantial gap if imports from Australia were markedly

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  • Why iron ore has been out of bounds in China's trade war

    China produces vast amounts of iron ore but its quality is low, which makes it an expensive and dirty ingredient in the steel-making process. More than 80 per cent of our iron ore is exported to

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  • Trade: China seeking alternative iron ore markets to

    14/1/2021· China which imports 60 per cent of its iron ore from Australia is looking at sourcing supplies of the steel-making material from other markets.

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