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China's Coal Output Reaches 287 Million Tons in February 2012, up 21% Year Over Year

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BEIJING--March 23, 2012--Researched by Industrial Info Resources China (Beijing, China)--In February 2012, China's coal output reached 287 million metric tons, an increase of 49.96 million metric tons, or 21% year over year. The output of state-owned key coal mines reached 166.68 million tons, an increase of 27.79 million tons, or 20% year over year, according to a recent report from the National Bureau of Statistics of China.

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