DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 14, 2022--

The "Monthly Report on China Coke Market" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

Monthly Report on China's Coke Market covers the review of coke market performance in the previous month and the market perspective projected for the upcoming one.

The report is written by the chief analyst of the publisher's Steel Development Research Center, introducing both the market facts and the deep analysis on Chinese market. The trading tips for coke participants on both physical and financial market are given.

It is quite a worthy report, giving you a full-coverage of what happened, what is happening and what will happen in the world largest coke industry.

Key Topics Covered:

I Review

II Metallurgical Coke Inventories

2.1 Inventories at Coke Enterprises

2.2 Inventories at Steel Mills

2.3 Inventories at Ports

III Demand/Supply Situation in China Metallurgical Coke Market

3.1 Blast Furnace Operating Rate

3.2 Coke Output

3.3 Coke Export

3.4 Coke Import

IV Forecast on China Metallurgical Coke Market

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/213phl

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