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Down - but not out

The slump in Indonesia’s coal production has come much slower than many had expected when coal prices started their decline in 2012. This stickiness in Indonesia’s coal production and exports reflects two important themes in global coal markets: the success of producers in reducing costs and the behaviour of China.

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