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China lifts thermal coal import quota by 20 million tonnes, but Australia unlikely to gain

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China has increased its import quota for thermal coal by 20 million tonnes to see it through until the end of the year, although Australian shipments of the commodity will not benefit as US0 million worth of its coal exports remains stuck at Chinese ports amid a blistering row between the two countries.Instead Russia and Indonesia are likely to benefit from the increased quotas, according to commodities analyst S&P Global Platts.Separately on Wednesday, Indonesia signed a three-year US.46…

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China has increased its import quota for thermal coal by 20 million tonnes to see it through until the end of the year, although Australian shipments of the commodity will not benefit as US$500 million worth of its coal exports remains stuck at Chinese ports amid a blistering row between the two countries.Instead Russia and Indonesia are likely to benefit from the increased quotas, according to commodities analyst S&P Global Platts.Separately on Wednesday, Indonesia signed a three-year US$1.46…

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