Robust demand from China, which accounts for a tenth of the global crude trade, would help underpin global oil prices, keeping supplies tight amid forecasts for a jump in crude prices or more. Photo: Reuters
China’s crude oil imports set to rebound, but virus to delay recovery

Demand recovery for China’s crude oil imports is not expected until the second half of the year as China continues to combat coronavirus outbreaks and limit production by smaller refiners.

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Australia, Mongolia ‘gap’ sees China coking coal imports drop by a quarter

China’s coking coal imports fell by 24.6 per cent in 2021 compared to a year earlier, due to an unofficial ban on Australian imports and coronavirus pandemic-hit Mongolian imports.

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