Coal

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Australian Senator Raises Concern About Chinese-Owned Port Restricting Coal Exports

In an Australian parliamentary session this week, Senator Sarah Henderson raised concerns about the Newcastle, Australia port, which is 50% owned by a Chinese state-owned company, imposing restrictions on coal exports. This has been a recurring issue that has arisen several times in recent months, in the context of a
WTO

Australia Raises Various Chinese Trade Restrictions at WTO State-Trading Enterprise Meeting

It has been widely reported in the media that Australia-China trade relations have deteriorated in recent months. Some aspects of this issue have been discussed in WTO committees and other bodies. At the May 3 meeting of the WTO’s Working Party on State-Trading Enterprises, for which the minutes were

Coal Exports to China Discussed at Australian Senate Meeting

At a meeting held on June 4, 2021, the Australian Senate Economics Legislation Committee discussed the situation of coal exports to China with representatives of the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources, focusing on ships carrying Australian coal being unable to enter Chinese ports and the impact on Australian
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