Sojitz is a Japan corporation founded in 2003 that includes mining and selling energy and metal resources such as crude oil, natural gas, LNG, and thermal coal. The company is Japan's third-biggest coal trader. In June 2012, Sojitz said it aims to more than triple Mongolian coal sales to China within three years as it "seeks to handle 10 percent of the country's growing sales of the mineral to the world's top consumer."
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- Yuko Inoue, "Japan's Sojitz aims to triple Mongolian coal sales to China," Reuters, June 20, 2012.
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