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China underground


China’s insatiable demand for coal – used to produce 70% of its entire energy requirements, has forced large mines to produce more than they are allowed to and encouraged the development of small illegal mines. In China, the victims of this eternal struggle between increased production levels and improvements in safety conditions are always the miners.

China’s insatiable demand for coal – used to produce 70% of its entire energy requirements, has forced large mines to produce more than they are allowed to and encouraged the development of small illegal mines. In China, the victims of this eternal struggle between increased production levels and improvements in safety conditions are always the miners.

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