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szdaily -> Business
At a Glance
    2017-October-24  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Gas imports

KAZAKHSTAN has started supplying gas to China via the Central Asia-China gas pipeline system for the first time, China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC) said yesterday.

The gas, which arrives as China prepares for its winter heating season, is pumped through the “Line C” of the three-line Central Asia-China pipeline network operated by CNPC in conjunction with local partners. To date, shipments via the system have reached 194.5 billion cubic meters, CNPC said. The vast majority of the gas comes from Turkmenistan, while Uzbekistan also feeds volumes into the system.

Sugar imports

CHINA’S sugar imports in September fell 67.5 percent from a year earlier to 160,000 tons, as hefty tariffs on foreign arrivals continued to dent buying appetite, customs data showed yesterday, while corn imports rose sharply to meet a temporary tightness in supply.

Sugar imports in the first nine months of this year fell to 1.83 million tons, down 29.8 percent year on year, the General Administration of Customs said. September imports were down 20 percent from August’s 200,000 tons. Corn imports in September were up over 13 percent on the year, at 250,000 tons, as buyers snapped up grain from overseas amid temporary tightness in supply at home.

Grain prices

THE country’s economic planner said Sunday it will adjust minimum State purchase prices for grains and increase the flexibility of the grain reserve system, marking another sign that the government may lower prices amid a global glut.

The pledge came as State reserves of wheat and rice pile up. China cut minimum rice prices for the first time last year.

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