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Indian Power Project's 1 Million-Ton Indonesian Coal Import Deal Follows Growing Trend

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JOHANNESBURG--February 28, 2012--Written by Richard Finlayson, Senior International Editor for Industrial Info Resource (Sugar Land, Texas)--India power project developers and operators are looking increasingly to imported supplies of coal to address the shortage of domestic supplies and internal delivery problems. In 2012, India is positioned to be largest importer of coal in the world, as China eases back on imports and boosts local coal-mining production.

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