Chinese coke and iron ore futures fell further in trading Thursday, amid growing concerns that steel demand in world's top producer will decline for winter.
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Palmer's Mineralogy claimed it is owed money by CITIC's Sino Iron mine in Western Australia over a failure to agree to a formula for calculating the value of the ore extracted at the site following a shift in pricing in the iron ore market.
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