China’s daily coal output near highest this year, authorities continue crackdown on coal market

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China's daily coal output hit 11.7 million tonnes on November 3, close to the highest level this year, and output is expected to increase further as planned maintenance at coal mines gradually ends, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the top economic planner, said on Thursday.

Coal inventories at power houses across the country stood at 112 million tonnes on November 3, equivalent to 20 day's coal consumption at the plants . . .

 

 

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