BEIJING, July 26- China's top steelmaking province Hebei plans to cut more than 31 million tonnes of combined iron and steel production capacity in 2016, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Tuesday. Xinhua said the province planned to cut iron making capacity by 17.26 million tonnes, and reduce 14.22 million tonnes of steel making capacity by the end of... » Read More
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