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China-Australia relations: dispute leaves 400 seafarers stranded with US$200 million of Australian coal held up

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]An estimated 400 seafarers and roughly 2 million tons of coal are stuck on ships off the northeast coast of China, as a spiralling diplomatic row with Australia threatens to turn into a humanitarian crisis.At least 21 bulk carriers are anchored off the Port of Jingtang, unable to offload their Australian coal cargo that could be worth around US0 million, depending on its quality. Fifteen of the ships have been waiting since June, according to an analysis of shipping data conducted by…

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An estimated 400 seafarers and roughly 2 million tons of coal are stuck on ships off the northeast coast of China, as a spiralling diplomatic row with Australia threatens to turn into a humanitarian crisis.At least 21 bulk carriers are anchored off the Port of Jingtang, unable to offload their Australian coal cargo that could be worth around US$200 million, depending on its quality. Fifteen of the ships have been waiting since June, according to an analysis of shipping data conducted by…

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