Canada's Role as a Global Coal Supplier

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Wood Mackenzie Coal Cost analyst, Joe Aldina, recently presented at the Coal Association of Canada's annual conference in Vancouver, British Columbia. Mr. Aldina's speech addressed the factors currently contributing to the weakened state of global coal markets, and examined Canada's projected competitive position as a supplier to seaborne metallurgical and thermal coal markets.

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