Chinese miners are struggling to find a way to keep their gold reserves from melting in the country’s burgeoning gold and copper mining industry.
As the world’s biggest producer of the metal, China has become the world leader in producing it.
But in recent years, China’s economy has become increasingly reliant on imports of raw materials.
A shortage of raw material, combined with an increasingly expensive yuan, has forced the country to ramp up its production of the precious metal, particularly copper, gold and palladium.
Gold prices in China, which have been plunging for years, have hit record highs.
In November, the country produced more gold than all the world combined.
This year, China plans to increase its production by more than 200 million metric tons, or about 3% of the world total, and its copper reserves by another 200 million tons.
China’s copper production has also skyrocketed in recent months.
China has spent nearly $1 trillion to upgrade its copper mines and to build new mines to export to foreign markets.
The country’s copper mines are among the world\’s biggest producers of gold, silver and copper.
The government has increased its production in the last decade, adding a new mine every year.
But mining companies have struggled to find enough gold and other raw materials to make the necessary upgrades, forcing them to rely more on imports.
At the same time, demand for copper in China has been soaring.
Demand is up as the country\’s economy grows and the price of copper is rising, according to a report released last month by the Shanghai Banking Group, a commercial bank based in Shanghai.
The report said the country has more than 4.4 million tons of copper in its copper belt, which stretches from central and eastern China to the far east.
But the copper shortage in China is making it hard for companies to find mines that can process copper at the right price.
In recent years China has seen its copper production surge, boosting its production at copper mines to more than 8 million tons a year in 2012, from 3 million tons in 2008.
The copper shortage has been one of the biggest factors behind the collapse of the Shanghai stock market in 2014.
The Shanghai Banking group said that this year\’s copper shortage had worsened the copper price, meaning that miners were spending less money to mine copper in the same amount of time.
Copper miners have to find other raw material to mine.
The Chinese government has invested heavily in copper mines, building new ones, upgrading mines and increasing the supply of raw metals to foreign countries, the report said.
At least one Chinese miner, Jiaowei Group, has been producing copper in Hong Kong since 2014, using imported copper.
But it has been struggling to increase production.
Jiaoweri said in an interview that it had already lost about $150 million on the copper project.
”We are trying to make it profitable, but our production capacity has been severely limited,” Jiaovie said.
Jianhai Gold Mining, which operates a mine in southern China, said last month that its copper ore is ”very limited.”
”It is not even possible to mine the copper ore, the amount of copper required is not enough to make a profit,” Jianai said in a statement.
”Jianhai has only mined about 25 million tons this year, and we have not even started the production of copper ore.”
Jianhiu Copper Co., which operates an ore processing plant in Wuhan, said in its statement that it was in the process of increasing its copper output from 250 million tons last year to 300 million tons next year.
China\’s government has also increased its investment in copper mining and the country is also seeking to upgrade other mining sites.
China also is working to increase the supply to foreign buyers of its copper and pallium.
The new mines would boost the production in countries that import copper from China, like India, Indonesia and the United States.
The United States has already announced plans to buy copper from India and India\’s exports to China are expected to increase to $2.3 billion this year from $1.6 billion in 2014, according the U.S. copper agency.