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Coal Imports In India Drops By 2.7% In August; 15.22 MT In 2021

India experienced a decline in its coal imports to 15.22 million tonnes (MT) from 15.64 MT, which is 2.7% less in August 2021. Besides, the total coal imports this year, non-coking coal was 9.08 MT against 10.33 MT last year. Approximately 6.71% of coal imports have decreased through major and non-major ports. Moreover, the crisis was caused due to the closure of some mines and monsoons, says Coal Minister.

Sun, 17 Oct 2021 - 05:29 PM / by Nehal Surana

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