Indonesia’s January Coal Exports Fall 11% to 25.35 Million Tons
Indonesia’s coal exports in January fell 11 percent from a month earlier to 25.35 million tons, according to data released by the nation’s trade ministry today.
The value of coal exports in January declined to $2 billion from $2.35 billion in December, the data show. The trade ministry didn’t explain the drop in coal exports.
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