Indonesia will not curb coal exports


The Indonesian government said in April it will not limit exports of coal and had no intention of doing so despite the danger that surging exports could leave the coal-rich country wanting and possibly subject to higher prices.

Dealers often buy into physical coal production as a means of hedging longer-dated coal derivatives they sell to clients in Asia. And coal producers receive highly leveraged loans from investment banks, private equity firms and hedge funds that have hedged future coal

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