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QINGYANG, China (Reuters) - Red coal trucks zip up and down narrow dirt tracks, churning up clouds of dust in China’s remote Gansu province. Nearby, the towering stanchions of a new railway bridge rise out of a muddy river winding through the hills. A worker smokes a cigarette as he takes a break from shovelling coal onto a truck at a coal yard near a coal mine in Huating, Gansu province, China, September 18, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter. The Huaneng Group, one of five big Chinese state utilities, is building a $1.9 billion 4 gigawatt coal and power project in the northwestern region near the city of Qingyang, with the aim of delivering its electricity to the east of the country. The Zhengni... Full story

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