Biz updates

  • Mega-ton coal liquefaction project approved in Inner Mongolia


    An indirect coal-to-liquid (CTL) project with a yearly output of 2 million tonnes in north China has been approved by the central government.

  • Sinopec subsidiary signs $3b project


    Sinopec Engineering Group Co Ltd signed a contract worth $3.07 billion with Zhong Tian He Chuang Energy Corp Limited for a coal chemical project.

  • China announces non-ferrous metal export quotas


    China's Ministry of Commerce on Friday announced the first round of 2014 export quotas for non-ferrous metals including rare earth and a list of enterprises eligible for export.

  • Govt initiates city development plan


    China has identified 262 resource-dependent cities in its first national framework plan for the sustainable development of those cities.

  • Fitch: Chinese dairy industry to consolidate further


    Fitch Ratings expects further consolidation - both horizontally and vertically - in China's dairy industry, it said in a report on Friday.

  • Ecology Industry Alliance Launched in Hohhot


    China’s first grassland ecology industry alliance began operation on Tuesday in Hohhot, capital of the Inner Mongolia autonomous region and home to the country’s biggest grasslands.

  • Yili looks to Italy for better milk


    Chinese dairy company Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group Co has formed a "strategic partnership" with Italian peer Sterilgarda Alimenti SpA.

  • The vexed issue of clearing the filthy air


    The level of air pollution in big Chinese cities shows how much China has paid environmentally for its economic growth of the past 30 years. Several weeks ago the State Council, China's cabinet, issued a plan on air pollution that details efforts the country will make over the next five years to improve air quality by drastically cutting pollution, especially in and around Beijing, the Yangtze River Delta and the Pearl River Delta.

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