BHP Billiton confirms exit from World Coal Association

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BHP Billiton has quit the World Coal Association

Mining giant will split from lobby group over its stance on climate change

Anglo-Australian mining giant BHP Billiton has today confirmed its decision to quit the World Coal Association (WCA) over the group's stance on climate change. Shoring up plans first floated in December...

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