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Officers of the Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau fetch coal sample for test at the coal dock of Rizhao Harbor in Rizhao in China's Shandong province on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010. China, the largest producer of coal in the world, became a net coal importer in 2009 as the country imported 130 million tons of coal last year, almost twice the volume for 2008. Its coal output reached 2.96 billion tons in 2009, up 12.7 percent year-on-year.(Photo By Chen Weifeng/Color China Photo/AP Images)

Officers of the Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau fetch coal sample for test at the coal dock of Rizhao Harbor in Rizhao in China's Shandong province on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010. China, the largest producer of coal in the world, became a net coal importer in 2009 as the country imported 130 million tons of coal last year, almost twice the volume for 2008. Its coal output reached 2.96 billion tons in 2009, up 12.7 percent year-on-year.(Photo By Chen Weifeng/Color China Photo/AP Images)

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