Tuesday , December 7 2021
Home / South China Morning Post / China-Australia relations: Canberra ‘keeping the door open’ as questions swirl over coal import ban

China-Australia relations: Canberra ‘keeping the door open’ as questions swirl over coal import ban

Summary:
[unable to retrieve full-text content]Canberra’s response to China’s ban on Australian coal exports has hinted at more conciliatory engagement with Beijing, but former diplomats and analysts said it was too early to tell if tensions have eased.Chinese steel mills and state-owned utilities revealed at the weekend that Beijing had verbally ordered them to stop buying Australian coking and thermal coal, sparking concern about a new dispute in an increasingly testy diplomatic relationship.Relations have nosedived since Canberra called…

Topics:
Su-Lin Tan considers the following as important:

This could be interesting, too:

Frank Tang writes UK business group calls on Beijing to improve market reforms and resume flights between two countries

Jeffrey P. Snider writes What’s The Debt Ceiling Got To Do With It (deflation)?

Jeffrey P. Snider writes Last Week Euro$, This Week Starts w/RRR; Or, The Twelve Days of Deflation

Bob Williams writes The Estate Tax Exemption Amount Increases in 2022, BUT…

[unable to retrieve full-text content]
Canberra’s response to China’s ban on Australian coal exports has hinted at more conciliatory engagement with Beijing, but former diplomats and analysts said it was too early to tell if tensions have eased.Chinese steel mills and state-owned utilities revealed at the weekend that Beijing had verbally ordered them to stop buying Australian coking and thermal coal, sparking concern about a new dispute in an increasingly testy diplomatic relationship.Relations have nosedived since Canberra called…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.