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Canary in the mine

15 May 2019 By Christopher Beddor

China is moving away from the smoke stack, but imports of the black stuff rose 14% in April. That’s deceptive: it’s a fuel caught in transition, between demand for blue skies and blue-collar jobs. Domestic supply will rise, but long-term, foreign purchases are likely to fall.

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