Vietnam's coal production rebounded aggressively in February, with year-on-year growth over 20%, official data showed.
The country produced 3.84 million tonnes of coal in February, up 22.41% year on year and 18.51% month on month, showed data from the country's General Statistics Office.
In January-February, the country produced a total 7.08 million tonnes of coal, up 2% from 6.94 million tonnes from a year ago.
March's production is expected to reach 4.52 million tonnes, down 5.73% on the year but rising 17.79% on the month, bringing the expected production during the first three months to 11.61 million tonnes, which is still 1.16% lower than the same period in 2022.
The bulk of coal production in Vietnam is supplied for power generation, cement making and other industrial use.
(Writing by Rebecca Liu Editing by Emma Yang)
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