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Kenya wins case against Cortec Mining on rare earths, niobium licence

Tribunal orders the companies to pay costs of around $3.5 million to the government.

Dyson picks Singapore to build electric cars rivaling Tesla

From vacuum cleaners to electric vehicles.

POSCO posts highest quarterly profit since 2011 on strong steel prices

POSCO's revenue in Q3 rose 9.1% from a year earlier to 16.4 trillion won, beating the analysts' estimate of 16 trillion won.

China's alumina exports in September surged to their highest level this year

Figure is fivefold increase from August, up 3,400% y/y

Sandvik Q3 profit narrowly beats forecast

Order intake improved significantly across all business areas - Sandvik

Ford sees higher metal costs, hopes China and US can settle trade issues

U.S. steel costs are higher than anywhere else in the world, they're certainly up year over year and they're up versus what we were expecting - Joe Hinrichs, Ford VP

Congo sets deadline for plan on 11,000-megawatt hydro plant

'There have been tenders, lots of meetings, lots of promotional activities, but it’s only today that we have for the first time a legal document'

Brazilian pension fund Previ won't sell Vale shares before year end- CEO

Previ intends to reduce its stake in the miner over the medium-term.

Northvolt to set up Polish battery plant to tap mining, storage markets

Northvolt's plans are a central part of Europe's effort to compete with Asian rivals such as CATL, Samsung and LG Chem.

China's winter pollution cuts may boost high-grade iron ore

The logic is sound: If steel mills are given pollution restrictions, they will use the best possible quality iron ore to maximise the amount of steel produced relative to the energy consumed.

BASF and Nornickel join forces in European EV battery push

The move is part of BASF plans to invest up to 400 million euros ($462 million) as a first step in building production plants for cathode materials in Europe.

ArcelorMittal declares force majeure for Duisburg-Ruhrort site

Force majeure declared due to the Rhine river's low water levels.

Chinese rescuers race to save workers trapped in mine accident -Xinhua

A rock burst at around 11 p.m. on Saturday destroyed part of a water drainage tunnel in a coal mine.

US EPA withdraws proposed Obama-era rule change for uranium mining

Yet another "win" for the National Mining Association.

You can run but you can't hide, CEO tells Goldman analyst

Its an accounting thing.

Bosnian government to help keep Aluminij smelter on power grid

The company sounded the alarm last week when the country's power regulator threatened to cut it off the grid because of unpaid bills.

Rusal's Swedish smelter may be closed if sanctions not lifted

The indirect consequences of the closure are difficult to assess as Rusal is the only aluminium smelter in Sweden.

China Sept coal output hits 9-month high as new capacity starts up

China ready to bring on the heat as the official heating season starts on Nov. 15.

Kenya to set up gold refinery to help small miners

The aim of the project is to improve the livelihoods of the beneficiary community and regional economy - Mining Ministry

Slower orders for Atlas Copco spooks industry rivals too

Atlas Copco’s shares fell 9 percent at 1149 GMT, dragging Nordic industrial peers such as Sandvik and SKF lower, and also hitting German vacuum gear rival Pfeiffer Vacuum.

Asia Gold-India festival demand dims as price rally bites

Gold demand in this years Dusherra falls by 40% in some pockets.

Flow of LME nickel to hidden storage dents bull story

465,000 tonnes of nickel play 'hide and seek'

HKEX's mainland China commodity trade platform launches

The first spot transaction sees 3,000 tonnes of alumina change hands at $437.23 a tonne.

China's Shandong Zhaojin seeks South American mining assets

The company has set up a representative office in Machala, capital of Ecuador's El Oro province, historically a gold-producing region, and will use this as a base to participate in South American projects.

De Beers eyes tech markets for synthetic diamonds future

Anglo American unit De Beers is going after lucrative as it aims to expand its lab-grown diamond business beyond drilling and cutting.