Fast Market Research announces the availability of a new Business Monitor International report, "China Mining Report Q4 2015" on their comprehensive research portal.
Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/10/2015 -- Chinese mining consolidation will continue over the coming quarters due to weak global minerals prices and government supporting consolidation.
We expect China's mining sector to become increasingly consolidated in the coming quarters for the following reasons.
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First, weak mineral prices will price-out high-cost producers. We believe weak mineral prices will continue to pressure Chinese high-cost producing miners over the coming quarters. While state-owned firms are generally more insulated from the weakness in commodity prices, the economic slowdown in China will diminish the financial resources of these firms, forcing them to cut-back capital expenditures over the coming quarters.
Second, government-supported industry consolidation. Beijing's pledge to instil more supply discipline in heavy industry will reduce the number of miners operating within the country. For instance, China's target is to eliminate 97.2mnt of coal over the next five years through the closure of 2,791 small coal mines. Similarly, Chinese policy makers are attempting to tame excess production in the steel sector through a series of forced closures and consolidation.
Third, stricter governmental environmental regulations. The government's attempt to curb pollution will put pressure on small-scale low grade ore miners operating within China.
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