• Classification for the Mine Conveying Equipment


    Mine conveying equipments not only the indispensable part of the mine machinery, but also the necessary part for sand making machine, grinding machine and complete equipment. What are the mine conveying equipment?

  • Iron ore production and consumption set to increase globally in 2020


    Global iron ore production is projected to reach 2,285.5 million tonnes (Mt) in 2020, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2%, according to a report by Timetric.

  • What is the Difference between Hammer Crusher and Impact Crusher


    With the continuous development of economy, the market demand for crusher equipment is growing However,we don t have much understanding on crusher equipment Here, we simply introduce the difference between the hammer crusher and impact crusher ...

  • Rising steel prices to hit construction


    Research by IBISWorld suggests the price of steel will rise by 2.2 percent annually in the next three years, fueled by increasing demand in the U.S. and steel's status as a global commodity where desire and production can fluctuate greatly among ...

  • Finance minister: China will not alter economic policy


    China's value-added industrial output growth decelerated sharply to 6.9 percent year on year in August, down from 9-percent growth in July, further signs of softening strength in the economy.

  • HK Disneyland suffers first loss in 5 years


    Children pose for pictures with Mickey and Minnie Mouse at a subway station in Shenzhen as part of a promotion by Hong Kong Disneyland Resort on Nov. 15, 2015. Winners could get tickets to the Hong Kong park.

  • Xi meets Iran's Supreme Leader Khamenei


    Chinese President Xi Jinping and Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei met Saturday, pledging to beef up practical cooperation between the two countries and jointly safeguard security, peace and stability in the region and around the ...

  • G20 vows to boost global economic growth by 1.8%


    The world's most powerful finance ministers announced plans to add 1.8 percent to their combined economic output, a move that will create millions of jobs. Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey, who was chairing the G20 meeting, said the IMF and OECD ...

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