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Cathy joined CRU Beijing as a cost analyst in March 2016 and has more than seven years’ experience in commodities analysis.

Before joining CRU, Cathy worked at AZ China as a market analyst, specialising in aluminium and raw materials, and also spent four years at Joy Global, a US-based, top level mining equipment company, as senior strategic market analyst working on the Chinese coal market. She also has 2 years’ experience as a chemical engineer at IBIDEN.

Cathy has significant experience of cost modelling and now covers costs analysis for the Steel team’s suite of cost models including steel, metallurgical coal, iron ore and manganese ore. In addition, Cathy is responsible for the Chinese thermal coal market and costs and silicon metal market and costs.

Cathy has a degree in Chemical Engineering & Technology from North University, China.

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Restructuring the Chinese coal sector and its impact on thermal coal costs

The Chinese NDRC is restructuring the domestic coal sector to improve its competitiveness. It plans to close smaller, less competitive mines and to replace the volume with...

By Cathy Kang 19 October 2017