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Mongolian threat to Australian coal


BILLIONAIRE mining executive Robert Friedland is warning that Mongolia could kill the Australian coal industry, a view shared by Hunnu Coal chairman Matthew Wood as South and Middle Gobi coking and thermal coal could be shipped to Japan and Korea within a few years.



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