[unable to retrieve full-text content]Australian export growth to China slowed sharply in July as trade tensions continued to rise, with iron and coal shipments falling after a strong performance in the first half of the year, the latest trade data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics released on Thursday showed.Iron ore exports to China in July, while 10.5 per cent higher when compared to last year, were lower than in June.In July, lump and fine iron ore exports – Australia’s biggest export to China – fell 6 per cent and 13…
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