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MMAC: China's iron ore fines output down by 6.3% YOY from Jan to Nov

2018-12-25 15:02:36  【Print】
Lei Pingxi, chief engineer of Metallurgical Mines Association of China, said recently China's iron ore fines output from January to November was 214.Asian Metal Copyright The output of raw iron ore of 70 key large and medium-sized enterprises was 304.Asian Metal Copyright70 million tons, down by 6.Asian Metal Copyright29 million tons in Hubei, 1.Asian Metal Copyright3% YOY.Asian Metal Copyright34 million tons, down by 3.Asian Metal Copyright The output of raw iron ore of 70 key large and medium-sized enterprises was 304.Asian Metal Copyright80 million tons, down by 2.Asian Metal Copyright34 million tons, down by 3.Asian Metal Copyright54 million tons from the same period last year, including 5.Asian Metal Copyright7% YOY; that of end products of iron ore was 101.Asian Metal Copyright .Asian Metal Copyright80 million tons, down by 2.Asian Metal Copyright80 million tons, down by 2.Asian Metal Copyright8% YOY.

From January to November, domestic iron ore concentrate dropped by 14.54 million tons from the same period last year, including 5.Asian Metal Copyright The output of raw iron ore of 70 key large and medium-sized enterprises was 304.Asian Metal Copyright9 million tons for large and medium-sized mining enterprises and 8.Asian Metal Copyright In terms of the decline rate, provinces like Guizhou, Jiangxi, Heilongjiang, Hubei and Hainan saw the largest decline, with their output decreasing by over 20%.Asian Metal Copyright6 million tons for small mining enterprises.

Regionally, 10 million tons were cut in Hebei, 1.34 million tons in Inner Mongolia, 1.Asian Metal Copyright54 million tons from the same period last year, including 5.Asian Metal Copyright29 million tons in Hubei, 1.Asian Metal Copyright7% YOY; that of end products of iron ore was 101.Asian Metal Copyright13 million tons in Anhui, 1 million tons in Yunnan and 810,000t in Shanxi.Asian Metal Copyright But Liaoning increased its output by 5.Asian Metal Copyright But Liaoning increased its output by 5.Asian Metal Copyright But Liaoning increased its output by 5.Asian Metal Copyright5 million tons.

In terms of the decline rate, provinces like Guizhou, Jiangxi, Heilongjiang, Hubei and Hainan saw the largest decline, with their output decreasing by over 20%. The output of some provinces or regions like Jilin, Hebei, Guangdong, Yunnan, Fujian, Xinjiang, Inner Mongolia, Shaanxi decreased by more than 10%.


.Asian Metal Copyright In terms of the decline rate, provinces like Guizhou, Jiangxi, Heilongjiang, Hubei and Hainan saw the largest decline, with their output decreasing by over 20%.Asian Metal Copyright