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China could face Mongolia coal import shortage amid coronavirus lockdown, but supply disruptions unlikely

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China may face shortages in imports of coking coal from major supplier Mongolia as the landlocked country heads into a new pandemic lockdown, though it is unlikely to cause major disruptions in domestic supply or a return of Australian imports this year.The Mongolian government has imposed a national lockdown that will last until early December after reporting its first community transmission last week, with the coal market now on the lookout for its impact on production and exports to China,…

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China may face shortages in imports of coking coal from major supplier Mongolia as the landlocked country heads into a new pandemic lockdown, though it is unlikely to cause major disruptions in domestic supply or a return of Australian imports this year.The Mongolian government has imposed a national lockdown that will last until early December after reporting its first community transmission last week, with the coal market now on the lookout for its impact on production and exports to China,…

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