Polish coal miner reduces 2017 coal output target to 32Mt

July 7, 2017

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Poland’s State-run PGG, one of the biggest coal mining firms in the European Union, said on Friday it had reduced its 2017 coal production target by 2-million tonnes to about 32-million. “In the first half of the year, we have produced 14.5-million tonnes of coal and in the whole year we want to produce 32-million tonnes or slightly more,” PGG Chief Executive Tomasz Rogala told reporters.

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