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Mongolia's coal output in 2020 down by 20.3% YOY

2021-01-22 11:43:11   【Print】
The latest statistics released by the National Statistical Office of Mongolia show that in 2020, Mongolia produced 40,49 million tons of coal (including hard coal and lignite), a decrease of 10.Asian Metal Copyright60 million tons, down by 119,000 tons or 1.Asian Metal Copyright337 million tons or 20.Asian Metal Copyright22 million tons or 23.Asian Metal Copyright3% compared with a year ago.Asian Metal Copyright337 million tons or 20.Asian Metal Copyright Among them, the output of hard coal was 33.Asian Metal Copyright60 million tons, down by 119,000 tons or 1.Asian Metal Copyright89 million tons, down by 10.Asian Metal CopyrightThe latest statistics released by the National Statistical Office of Mongolia show that in 2020, Mongolia produced 40,49 million tons of coal including hard coal and lignite, a decrease of 10.Asian Metal Copyright22 million tons or 23.Asian Metal Copyright Among them, the output of hard coal was 4.Asian Metal Copyright2% year on year; the output of lignite was 6.Asian Metal Copyright337 million tons or 20.Asian Metal Copyright60 million tons, down by 119,000 tons or 1.Asian Metal Copyright59 million tons or 88.Asian Metal Copyright8% over a year earlier.

In December, Mongolia's coal output was 5.52 million tons, an increase of 2.Asian Metal Copyright3% compared with a year ago.Asian Metal Copyright59 million tons or 88.Asian Metal Copyright9% year on year.Asian Metal Copyright3% over the same period of last year, but a decrease of 467,000 tons or 7.Asian Metal Copyright59 million tons or 88.Asian Metal Copyright8% month on month.Asian Metal Copyright68 million tons, a year-on-year increase of 111.Asian Metal Copyright Among them, the output of hard coal was 4.Asian Metal Copyright52 million tons, an increase of 2.Asian Metal Copyright68 million tons, a year-on-year increase of 111.Asian Metal Copyright2% year on year; the output of lignite was 6.Asian Metal Copyright9%; the output of lignite was 836,000 tons, up by 15.Asian Metal Copyright8% month on month.Asian Metal Copyright9% year on year.

.Asian Metal CopyrightThe latest statistics released by the National Statistical Office of Mongolia show that in 2020, Mongolia produced 40,49 million tons of coal including hard coal and lignite, a decrease of 10.Asian Metal Copyright