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China-Australia relations: Beijing may feel pressure to lift coal bans amid dearth of steel materials

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China may come under pressure to lift its ban on Australian coking coal and copper concentrates amid dwindling supplies of high quality raw materials, analysts said, although there are few signs that Chinese authorities are willing to relent just yet.Australia is known for its premium hard coking coal, a crucial raw material for steel making.Since October’s unofficial ban on both coking and thermal coal, steel mills, which are especially reliant on Australia’s hard coking coal variety, have…

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China may come under pressure to lift its ban on Australian coking coal and copper concentrates amid dwindling supplies of high quality raw materials, analysts said, although there are few signs that Chinese authorities are willing to relent just yet.Australia is known for its premium hard coking coal, a crucial raw material for steel making.Since October’s unofficial ban on both coking and thermal coal, steel mills, which are especially reliant on Australia’s hard coking coal variety, have…

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