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China’s energy crisis is easing, but Beijing says ‘results must be consolidated’ as winter months loom

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s efforts to secure energy supply have “achieved initial results”, but coal production must be ramped up to ensure power capacity ahead of the frigid winter months, the nation’s Vice-Premier Han Zheng has said.The world’s No 2 economy is slowly recovering from its most severe energy crunch in decades and, although it is easing, analysts warn unseasonably cold weather could cause further coal shortages, with knock-on effects felt throughout the supply chain.“Efforts to secure power supply…

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China’s efforts to secure energy supply have “achieved initial results”, but coal production must be ramped up to ensure power capacity ahead of the frigid winter months, the nation’s Vice-Premier Han Zheng has said.The world’s No 2 economy is slowly recovering from its most severe energy crunch in decades and, although it is easing, analysts warn unseasonably cold weather could cause further coal shortages, with knock-on effects felt throughout the supply chain.“Efforts to secure power supply…
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