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Harum revenues up as sales increase

Jakarta : Indonesia | Aug 31, 2012 at 7:42 PM PDT
Source: The Jakarta Post
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US$583.1 million in the first half of this year thanks to a sharp increase in sales to big markets such as South Korea, Taiwan and China...Coal prices slid 22.5 percent from $109.29 per tonne in January to $84.64 per tonne in August. The rise in revenues is a result of a roughly 70 percent increase in sales... FULL ARTICLE AT The Jakarta Post
 
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