Chinese coal output cuts said unlikely
Aug 06, 2013 | 10:12 AM
| Daisy Tseng
SINGAPORE Chinese metallurgical coal producers are unlikely to cut production even though the market has deteriorated over the past six months, analysts told AMM sister publication Steel First.
"Yes, China should cut (coking coal) production, but it will not do so because the government will have policies to help (producers) cut costs," Luther Lu, managing director at research firm Coal Sentinel Inc., said.....
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