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China News Weekly 89 – Tencent Music presses play on $1.2 billion U.S. IPO

China News Weekly 89 – Tencent Music presses play on $1.2 billion U.S. IPO

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Resource Weekly 328 – US crude rises 4%, settling at $52.95, on trade truce and expected supply cuts

Resource Weekly 328 – US crude rises 4%, settling at $52.95, on trade truce and expected supply cuts

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China News Weekly 88 – Alibaba Restructures to Focus on Cloud Computing, With AWS in Its Sights

China News Weekly 88 – Alibaba Restructures to Focus on Cloud Computing, With AWS in Its Sights

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Alberta receives only fifth of the marijuana it ordered as country-wide shortage worsens

Alberta receives only fifth of the marijuana it ordered as country-wide shortage worsens

Alberta says it won’t be issuing any new retail cannabis licences until further notice due to a national supply shortage. The Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis commission says it ordered enough supply to stock 250 retail stores for the first...

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India’s crude oil imports rise to highest level in at least 7 years

India’s crude oil imports rise to highest level in at least 7 years

India’s crude oil imports in October rose to their highest level in at least more than seven years, data from the Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell (PPAC) of the oil ministry showed on Tuesday. Crude imports in October climbed 10.5 percent...

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China News Weekly 87 – China’s Ping An invests in Berlin fintech start-up in push to modernize Europe’s financial services industry

China News Weekly 87 – China’s Ping An invests in Berlin fintech start-up in push to modernize Europe’s financial services industry

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Copper output to spike in world’s top producer Chile

Copper output to spike in world’s top producer Chile

Copper output in Chile, the world’s top producer of the metal, is expected to increase 2% by the end of the year and continue to grow steadily during 2019 due to stronger performance from major mines, upgrades to existing operations, and lower...

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Mali to produce lithium by 2020 with 694,000 tonnes discovered

Mali to produce lithium by 2020 with 694,000 tonnes discovered

Mali is on track to start lithium production by 2020 and companies have already discovered 694,000 tonnes of exploitable reserves, a senior mines ministry official told Reuters. Lithium has become one of the world’s most in-demand...

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Resource Weekly 326 – China’s fight against smog makes palladium 2018’s best metal

Resource Weekly 326 – China’s fight against smog makes palladium 2018’s best metal

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Worried by oil slump, OPEC and partners discuss larger supply curbs: sources

Worried by oil slump, OPEC and partners discuss larger supply curbs: sources

OPEC and its partners are discussing a proposal to cut oil output by 1.4 million barrels per day (bpd), three sources familiar with the issue said, although Russia may not be on board for such a large reduction. Worried by a drop in oil prices...

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Oil bounces after worst tumble since July

Oil bounces after worst tumble since July

The price of oil bounced back on Wednesday from its worst one-day decline since July, adding to the volatility of a week dominated by fears of a slowdown in global demand. Brent crude climbed as much as 3.3 per cent in New York to over $67.52 a...

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