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China is to appeal against the World Trade Organisation's ruling that Chinese export restrictions on rare earth elements violate global trade rules, China's state press agency Xinhau has reported. 23 Apr 2014
A number of energy intensive industries will still be allowed to receive some state support to compensate for high power bills caused by government subsidies for renewable energy under new European Commission guidelines which are designed to gradually phase... 11 Apr 2014
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