China’s Coal Price Climbs to Eight-Month High Amid Supply CutBloomberg News
World’s largest coal producer seeking to ease a glut
Nation’s coal output fell 11% in April from year earlier
China’s benchmark coal prices climbed to the highest since September as government steps to curb supply amid a glut started to take effect.
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