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Coking coal prices recover on China output cuts

But increased production in the West could reverse the uptrend

A coal mine operated by Brazilian mining giant Vale in Mozambique (Courtesy by Vale)

TOKYO -- Prices of coking coal -- a key input for the production of steel -- have stopped falling amid speculation that Chinese production cuts will ease the supply glut.

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