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New coalfield discovered in North Korea

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World Coal,

A coalfield with an estimated deposit of dozens of millions of tons has recently been found in the northern part of South Phyongan Province in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

A research group from the geology institute of the State Academy of Sciences produced a scientific distribution chart of deep coal-beds in the course of intensive research into coal mines which are already in operation and other coal deposits.

As a result, they discovered that there is a large coal deposit that is appropriate for developing.

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