Coal imports in the world’s biggest coal using nation surged by 15% in the 30 days leading up to April as cheaper prices abroad drew increased shipments—with Indonesia and the U.S. leading the way.

Indonesian imports jumped about 800,000 metric tons (mt) to 6.85 million mt last month. U.S. shipments, meanwhile, nearly doubled in April to 1.05 million mt.

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