NETHERLANDS TO BAN COAL-FIRED POWER PLANTS IN BLOW TO RWE

By Bart H. MeijerAMSTERDAM, May 18 (Reuters) - The Netherlands will ban the use of coal in electricity generation in the coming decade and shut down two of...

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