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Jinjiang Group on Nov. 16 held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new alumina refinery project. Located in Longzhou city of Guangxi Province, a border city between China and Vietnam, the project will build an alumina refinery with an annual output of 1 million tons in 24 months, with a total investment of 3.8 billion yuan ($567 million dollars). 30 more words


The gospel of enough


We live in a time of unbridled greed. There seems to be no limit to how rich a rich person wants to be. And corporations are the greediest persons of all. 1,116 more words


What a Typical Oil Pipeline Spill/Rupture in Dakota Farmland Looks Like

By Gary G. Kohls, MD

Two views of what a typical oil pipeline “spill” on dry land looks like after crews begin digging up part of the most superficial layer of the oil-saturated, totally irremediable, contaminated wheat field soil that was in the vicinity of the pipeline rupture. 277 more words


Yunnan Construction Engineering Group will build a “joint Tajik-Chinese” aluminum smelter worth $1.6 billion in the western town of Tursunzoda with an annual production capacity of 500,000 tonnes, a spokesman for Tajikistan’s state-owned aluminium company Talco said on Friday. 24 more words


Just Say No To NAFTA

The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is unpopular with many working people in the United States, who correctly blame it for encouraging capital flight, job losses, deindustrialization, and wage suppression.   2,415 more words


Standing Up to Climate Denial in Action

by Thanu Yakupitiyage – 350.org

The only event the Trump administration hosted at the COP 23 UN climate talks during the last two weeks in Germany was a panel promoting “clean” coal, nuclear, and other fossil fuels. 312 more words

Climate Change

The first batch of aluminum wheels of Linzhou Jierun Aluminum was successfully tested on Nov. 13, marking the completion of the first phase of its gigantic aluminum wheel project. 57 more words