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Shareholders in Polish coal producer JSW agree to wind down troubled mine

WARSAW, Dec 1 (Reuters) – Shareholders in Polish state-run
coking coal producer JSW agreed on Thursday to transfer
its most troubled mine Krupinski to the state mining
restructuring company SRK, which will eventually wind it down,
the state-run news agency said.




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