Chinese regulators warn metals firms to maintain good market order


BEIJING (Reuters) - China's government watchdogs warned industrial metals companies to maintain "normal market order" during talks on significant gains in metals prices this year, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) said on Monday.

The NDRC, China's top economic planner, along with the industry ministry, state-owned assets regulator, markets regulator and securities regulator, held the talks on Sunday with major domestic commodity companies and urged them not to drive up prices.

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