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Coking Coal Group joins Shanxi Top 10 environmental protection list

2013-01-16

Shanxi’s Coking Coal Group has become one of the “Top 10 environmental protection enterprises” in the province, the provincial Environment and Resource Conservation Association announced, on Jan 14.

Guoxin Energy increase cooperation with China Resources

2013-01-15

Shanxi province’s Guoxin Energy Development (Group) Co signed a strategic agreement with China Resources, on Jan 12 in Taiyuan, Shanxi’s capital, to build on their already established cooperation in the area of automobile fuel.

Shanxi looks for development cooperation with State-owned commercial banks

2013-01-11

Shanxi provincial leaders held a meeting with the heads of State-owned commercial banks, in Beijing, on Jan 9, to discuss ways to help Shanxi explore its opportunities, increase financial support, and continue its industrial transformation.

China remains world's largest energy producer

2013-01-11

According to the latest data released by the state energy administration, China has become the world's largest energy producer by the end of 2012. The total installed electricity capacity was 1.14 billion kilowatts, including 249 million of hydropower capacity which was the world's largest.

Three units get high-tech enterprise incubator approval

2013-01-10

The Shanxi provincial science and technology bureau has reported that three organizations got approval recently as national high-tech enterprise promoters.

Communication conference promotes Shanxi - Central enterprise ties

2013-01-10

Shanxi province held a communication conference in Beijing, on Jan 9, to encourage provincial cooperation with Central enterprises.

Shanxi building expensive industrial demonstration base

2013-01-06

As part of China’s 12th Five-year Plan (2011-16), Shanxi province has its own 12fth Five-year Plan for New Industrialization, which includes an Industrial Park and Industrial Demonstration Base Construction, at a cost of 200 billion to 300 billion yuan.

Duty-free coal exports may affect global market

2013-01-04

China's move to scrap the 40 percent tariff on coking coal exports and possibly lift the tariff on crude coal exports could affect the global coal market, according to the manager of a coal export company.

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