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China power crisis forces ‘serious’ Beijing to order top coal producer to increase output

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Chinese officials ordered more than 70 mines in Inner Mongolia to ramp up coal production by nearly 100 million tonnes as the country battles its worst power crunch and coal shortages in years.The move is the latest attempt by Chinese authorities to boost coal supply amid record-high prices and shortages of electricity that have led to power rationing across the country, crippling industrial output.The proposed increase would make up nearly 3 per cent of China’s total thermal coal consumption…

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Chinese officials ordered more than 70 mines in Inner Mongolia to ramp up coal production by nearly 100 million tonnes as the country battles its worst power crunch and coal shortages in years.The move is the latest attempt by Chinese authorities to boost coal supply amid record-high prices and shortages of electricity that have led to power rationing across the country, crippling industrial output.The proposed increase would make up nearly 3 per cent of China’s total thermal coal consumption…
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