Seaborne coal trade will top 1trn tonnes by 2016

GLOBAL seaborne coal trade could easily top a trillion tonnes before the end of 2016 as demand for thermal coal for energy production translates into increased shipments to emerging economies, Macquarie Commodities Research predicts.According to the Australian investment bank, Chinese...

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