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Johannesburg - South Africa's Richards Bay Coal Terminal will resume production on February 8 after a power outage forced the world's largest export coal terminal to shut down for a week, company spokesman Alan Waller said on Thursday.

Terminal operations were halted on January 31 and Waller said the shutdown, the longest in its history, was costing about 250 million rand a day in lost revenue. - Reuters