Coal Contract Prices Set to Surge as China Reduces CapacityBy
China output cuts and rising steel production boost demand
Spot prices rise to highest in more than three years in Sept.
Metallurgical coal contracts are set for the longest run of gains since quarterly deals were introduced in 2010 as China cuts output and raises steel production.
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