Comparison analysis between China and Japan for small coal mines

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Abstract

This paper presents the current status of coal production in China, especially focusing on dominant share of small coal mines. Through comparison with evolution of Japan's coal industry, those factors can be pointed out for growth of small coal mines in China, such as 1) better condition of mining resource, 2) small and dispersed market structure, 3) low level of labor cost and lack of capital. Lastly, recent policies for China's small coal mines is considered and evaluated.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMining Science and Technology '99
EditorsH. Xie, T.S. Golosinski, H. Xie, T.S. Golosinski
Pages773-776
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2002
Externally publishedYes
EventProceedings of the '99 International Symposium on Mining Science and Technology - Beijing, China
Duration: Aug 29 1999Aug 31 1999

Publication series

NameMining Science and Technology '99

Other

OtherProceedings of the '99 International Symposium on Mining Science and Technology
CountryChina
CityBeijing
Period8/29/998/31/99

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Coal mines
Coal industry
Coal
Personnel
Costs

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Engineering(all)

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Horii, N. (2002). Comparison analysis between China and Japan for small coal mines. In H. Xie, T. S. Golosinski, H. Xie, & T. S. Golosinski (Eds.), Mining Science and Technology '99 (pp. 773-776). (Mining Science and Technology '99).

Comparison analysis between China and Japan for small coal mines. / Horii, N.

Mining Science and Technology '99. ed. / H. Xie; T.S. Golosinski; H. Xie; T.S. Golosinski. 2002. p. 773-776 (Mining Science and Technology '99).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Horii, N 2002, Comparison analysis between China and Japan for small coal mines. in H Xie, TS Golosinski, H Xie & TS Golosinski (eds), Mining Science and Technology '99. Mining Science and Technology '99, pp. 773-776, Proceedings of the '99 International Symposium on Mining Science and Technology, Beijing, China, 8/29/99.
Horii N. Comparison analysis between China and Japan for small coal mines. In Xie H, Golosinski TS, Xie H, Golosinski TS, editors, Mining Science and Technology '99. 2002. p. 773-776. (Mining Science and Technology '99).
Horii, N. / Comparison analysis between China and Japan for small coal mines. Mining Science and Technology '99. editor / H. Xie ; T.S. Golosinski ; H. Xie ; T.S. Golosinski. 2002. pp. 773-776 (Mining Science and Technology '99).
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