[unable to retrieve full-text content]China will move to allow eight vessels carrying Australian coal to dock on humanitarian grounds, although doing so does not signal a lifting of its unofficial ban on imports of the commodity which began in October, according to commodities analysts.While the vessels will be allowed to offload their shipments – mostly coking coal used in steel production – there is also no indication yet that the cargoes have received clearance from Chinese customs to enter the country.Throughout the past week,…
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