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Clyde Russell

COLUMN-Coal India's woes should boost imports, but steel softness drags: Russell

16 Oct 2019

LAUNCESTON, Australia, Oct 16 India's coal imports are on track to decline for a third straight month in October, a drop that seems out of kilter with the ongoing struggles of state miner Coal India to boost domestic output.

Column: Coal India's woes should boost imports, but steel softness drags

16 Oct 2019

LAUNCESTON, Australia India's coal imports are on track to decline for a third straight month in October, a drop that seems out of kilter with the ongoing struggles of state miner Coal India to boost domestic output.

COLUMN-China's commodity imports stay robust, but caution warranted: Russell

15 Oct 2019

* GRAPHIC: China's economy and trade: http://tmsnrt.rs/2iO9Q6a

Column: China's commodity imports stay robust, but caution warranted

15 Oct 2019

LAUNCESTON, Australia On the surface China's imports of major commodities appeared to continue their resilience in September, even as the country's total exports and imports laboured under the strain of the trade dispute with the United States.

COLUMN-Trump's non-deal deal with China is mainly significant for sentiment: Russell

14 Oct 2019

* GRAPHIC: China's imports of U.S. energy: https://tmsnrt.rs/2J2JM6P

COLUMN-Trump's non-deal deal with China is mainly significant for sentiment: Russell

14 Oct 2019

* GRAPHIC: China's imports of U.S. energy: https://tmsnrt.rs/2J2JM6P

Column: Asia crude oil refiners pay the price for U.S. sanctions on China ships

10 Oct 2019

LAUNCESTON, Australia Asian refiners are once again paying the price for the ongoing battle between the United States and Iran, with the effective price of crude oil being kicked higher by a sharp rise in tanker freight costs.

RPT-COLUMN-Asia crude oil refiners pay the price for U.S. sanctions on China ships: Russell

10 Oct 2019

LAUNCESTON, Australia, Oct 10 Asian refiners are once again paying the price for the ongoing battle between the United States and Iran, with the effective price of crude oil being kicked higher by a sharp rise in tanker freight costs.

RPT-COLUMN-Miners rate social licence, climate change as top concerns. Really?: Russell

08 Oct 2019

LAUNCESTON, Australia, Oct 8 The top concern among global miners, for a second year running, is how to keep a social licence to operate, especially amid rising pressure for the industry to tackle climate change.

Column: Miners rate social licence, climate change as top concerns. Really?

08 Oct 2019

LAUNCESTON, Australia The top concern among global miners, for a second year running, is how to keep a social licence to operate, especially amid rising pressure for the industry to tackle climate change.

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