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China coal output to remain at 330 days

China coal output to remain at 330 days

Report summary

On 7 March, an official from China’s National Development and Reform Commission said the country’s coal production after 15 March will continue to be based on 330 working days. He also gave the impression that only a few mines will be subject to stricter regulations. This Inform looks at the possible implications of the NDRC decision on China's supply-demand balance and prices. 

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