OPEC meets Russia and allies to agree oil output boost

* OPEC’s deal on Friday gave no specific output targets * Iraq sees real output increase by 770,000 bpd * Iran says Saudi cannot compensate for Venezuela output loss * Trump says hopes OPEC will increase “substantially” By Ahmad Ghaddar and Vladimir Soldatkin VIENNA, June 23 (Reuters) – OPEC meets Russia and other allies on Saturday to clinch a new deal raising oil output, a day after agreeing a production hike within the group itself but confusing the market as to how much more oil it will pump. 

REFILE-UPDATE 2-It’s a tie! Greek PM marks debt deal with sartorial twist

(Refiles to fix typographical error in headline) By Michele Kambas and Angeliki Koutantou ATHENS, June 22 (Reuters) – After long insisting he would only wear a neck tie when Greece’s debt problem was settled, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras duly did so on Friday, after euro zone peers offered debt relief that marks a turn away from the country’s long crisis. 

CORRECTED-UPDATE 3-Xiaomi puts indefinite delay on CDRs in blow to China’s plans for tech listings

(Corrects Xiaomi’s scheduled listing date is July 9, not July 7, in par 2) * Xiaomi says has no disagreement with Chinese regulator * CFO says it decided better to list first in Hong Kong * Xiaomi awarded CEO Lei Jun $1.5 billion worth of shares * Executive says smartphone market will grow slowly By Julie Zhu and Sijia Jiang HONG KONG, June 23 (Reuters) – Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp <IPO-XMGP.HK> said on Saturday there is no time frame for a mainland share offering, casting doubt on Beijing’s efforts to lure foreign-listed Chinese tech giants back home. 

Czech government reshuffles CEZ supervisory board

PRAGUE, June 23 (Reuters) – The Czech government, a 70-percent owner of electricity producer CEZ, replaced three members of the firm’s powerful supervisory board at an annual general meeting on Saturday, a company spokesman said. 

China imported no waste plastic in May, waste paper and scrap metal also down – customs

BEIJING, June 23 (Reuters) – * China’s scrap metal imports in May fell 27.7 percent on the year to 520,000 tonnes, customs data showed on Saturday * China’s May scrap copper imports fell 33.3 percent to 210,000 tonnes and scrap aluminium imports fell 40.5 percent to 110,000 tonnes * China imported no waste plastic in May while waste paper imports fell 64.8 percent to 860,000 tonnes, the data also showed (Reporting by Dominique Patton and Yawen Chen; Editing by Stephen Coates) 

China May gasoline exports up 134 pct at 1.47 mln tonnes -customs

BEIJING, June 23 (Reuters) – * China’s gasoline exports in May rose 134 percent from a year earlier to 1.47 million tonnes, the General Administration of Customs said on Saturday * China’s diesel exports in May rose 62.6 percent to 2 million tonnes from the year earlier period, the data showed.