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the people of that country had a history of reliable long-term supplies of coal that goes way back in time and was going to be a reliable source of energy going forward, but the price of coal in the past that they were paying was just as good, and sometimes even better than the much higher prices they are probably paying now. now, that is a very short-term calculation that china is going to have to do in going forward with its economy, and they arent going to be able to rely on future imports from other countries.
if we look at the long-term economic picture, the coal project there is going to provide significant environmental externalities of its own, when it shuts down. they are also going to have to buy back the emission rights from other countries, and those are presumably going to be at a premium to the coal. and so i think its getting to the point where the price of coal is competitive with what its going to be charged for its environmental impact. and so that lets you explain to yourself why they would choose not to build those plants when they can build them just as well for much lower prices.
that is a thing that china is going to have to work through. they arent the only country in that part of the world that is going to be thinking through that question, because this is a region with a very abundant supply of coal and very limited supplies of energy alternatives. but as the economics change, as the prices change, as the environmental constraints change, this is going to be a reoccuring theme in the region, probably, because coal is going to continue to be a major source of energy for these countries for quite a while to come.
so a good question to ask about china, even though it doesnt fit into the short-term economics that you were talking about, is what the long-term economic consequences of the coal that china is burning are going to be for its people. because a lot of that coal is coming from some of the poorest countries in the world, and so if we do look at that, then i think we are seeing kind of a technology divide. if we dont have an industrialized economy with the technologies to clean up the pollutants that china is going to be exporting, then china is likely to grow and continue to grow and continue to export most of those pollution into the rest of the world. it isnt going to all of a sudden stop. and then the rest of the world is going to continue to grow and prosper and also continue to be held back from achieving economic growth by the pollution that they have to live with.
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