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    2018-04-05  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Coal imports

THE eastern province of Fujian has temporarily banned foreign coal imports into the small port of Luoyan from April 1, according to a government notice, the latest move to curb imports of the fuel.

The notice, issued by the city of Fuzhou in Fujian where the port is located, said the ban is aimed at curbing coal imports, but it did not give a reason. The ban may boost domestic thermal coal prices even as demand wanes following the end of the winter heating season, one of the busiest periods of the year for the nation’s coal-fired power plants, said a Beijing-based coal trader.

Soybean subsidies

SOYBEAN farmers in China’s northeastern provinces will get higher subsidies than corn producers this year as China continues a policy set last year to reduce its huge corn stockpile, the government said Tuesday.

Stocks of corn in China reached around 250 million tons in 2017, a legacy from its near-decade long stockpiling system that was only abandoned in 2016. The government will give more subsidies to soybean growers than corn farmers in Liaoning, Jilin, Heilongjiang, and Inner Mongolia provinces and regions, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said in a document.

Shadow banking

THE government will actively resolve shadow banking risks and prudently tackle risks associated with financial institutions, the central bank said yesterday.

China will effectively control the macro leverage ratio and credit risks in key areas, the People’s Bank of China said in a statement on its website. Under the leadership of the Financial Stability and Development Committee, the central bank will strengthen inter-government coordination and specify a time frame and a roadmap for relevant work in the future, the central bank added.

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