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Doubts shadow the recent commodities rally

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Cranes unload iron ore from a ship at a port in China's Shandong Province.   © Reuters

YANGON -- Commodities prices have begun rising from their long slump, providing good news for the embattled shipping trade. But uncertainty and ambiguity in China, whose demand dictates the prices of many resources, are casting doubts over how long the rebound can last.

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