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China energy supply faces ‘no problems’ despite Australian coal ban, Myanmar conflict

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China is not facing a shortage in energy supply this year despite an ongoing ban on Australian coal, a key source of power for the world’s second largest economy, the National Energy Administration (NEA) said on Tuesday.“No matter what the situation, with the support of local governments and close cooperation with a large number of enterprises, there should be no problems with energy supply,” said NEA director Zhang Jianhua on Tuesday when asked about the impact of the Australian coal ban.His…

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China is not facing a shortage in energy supply this year despite an ongoing ban on Australian coal, a key source of power for the world’s second largest economy, the National Energy Administration (NEA) said on Tuesday.“No matter what the situation, with the support of local governments and close cooperation with a large number of enterprises, there should be no problems with energy supply,” said NEA director Zhang Jianhua on Tuesday when asked about the impact of the Australian coal ban.His…

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