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OILFIELD MINERALS OUTLOOK 19-21 JUNE 2013 HOUSTON
Sustainability of Chinese steel output questioned as prices remain weak
Lithium junior owes $117m in loans and $62m in bonds; Trading suspension extended
Crops support seaborne markets with bumper harvests predicted this year
Investors seek “good stories” with robust economics to weather price falls
Shipping rates rise on higher Chinese, Japanese, imports; coal also looking up
Direct investment could offer alternative to stocks and hedges, say experts
The countdown to the next REACH deadline of 31 May is underway. REACH is the European Union (EU) regulation on chemicals and their safe use, which came into force on 1 June 2007. It deals with the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemical substances.
Eric Noyrez, CEO of Lynas Corp. speaks to Siobhan Lismore about supply, demand and the company's LAMP in Malaysia
Two developments planned for the far north-west of the US are set to boost the presence of the Port of Portland, Oregon, in the industrial minerals logistics market. The port is already one of the largest bulk mineral exporters in the US and a leading car, wheat and container transit point
Consolidation may take place within five years; China needs more tech-investment to modernise
Can Europe emulate US fracking success?
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