NBS: China’s Oct coke output up 1%, coal up 4% on year

China’s coke output increased 1.2% on year but dipped 1.1% on month to 38.8 million tonnes in October, and the country’s raw coal production for all kinds grew 4.4% on year and up 0.2% on month to 324.9 million tonnes, according to the latest release from the country’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on November 14.
The October year-on-year growth in China’s coke production slowed from the 3.2% rise for September, as the domestic demand from the Chinese steel mills eased and coking was disrupted amid restrictions in the month, as Mysteel Global reported. Over late September-early October, major industrial plants including coke plants and steel mills in North and


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