Australian coal that used to go to China has been mostly redirected to other countries since China’s unofficial ban took effect, according to Australia’s treasury secretary. Photo: Bloomberg Australian coal that used to go to China has been mostly redirected to other countries since China’s unofficial ban took effect, according to Australia’s treasury secretary. Photo: Bloomberg
Australian coal that used to go to China has been mostly redirected to other countries since China’s unofficial ban took effect, according to Australia’s treasury secretary. Photo: Bloomberg

China-Australia relations: as demand for coal surges, how long can Beijing keep banning Australian supply?

  • In recent weeks, dozens of open-pit mines in Inner Mongolia have renewed land approvals, looking to mine coal from previously restricted land to meet demand
  • Australian treasurer says most coal exports that used to go to China have been redirected elsewhere

Topic |   China-Australia relations
Australian coal that used to go to China has been mostly redirected to other countries since China’s unofficial ban took effect, according to Australia’s treasury secretary. Photo: Bloomberg Australian coal that used to go to China has been mostly redirected to other countries since China’s unofficial ban took effect, according to Australia’s treasury secretary. Photo: Bloomberg
Australian coal that used to go to China has been mostly redirected to other countries since China’s unofficial ban took effect, according to Australia’s treasury secretary. Photo: Bloomberg
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