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Chinese iron ore futures fell more than 6% on Monday after leading steelmaking city Tangshan pledged to cut emissions by 50% during the period of heavy pollution and punish those who fail to implement production restrictions. This is reported by Reuters.

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Iron ore prices on Dalian Commodity Exchange down

The most active iron ore on the Dalian Commodity Exchange , for May delivery, fell 6.3% to 1,005 yuan ($154.55) per ton, the lowest since Feb. 8. The contract fell 4.2% to 1,028 yuan by 0330 GMT.

Prices for other steelmaking ingredients also fell on concerns of further production controls.

Source: reuters.com


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