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China-Australia relations: Port of Newcastle becomes second Australian port with Chinese interests to come under political fire

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Port charges levied on the vessels transporting coal out of the world’s biggest coal export port make up 1 per cent of the total cost of coal to importers and do not appear to substantiate any claims by local politicians that the half-Chinese-owned port could abuse its monopoly position and impose “punitive costs” to hurt Australian coal exports, according to all available data, including from an independent third party.Port of Newcastle is the second Australian port with Chinese interests to…

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Port charges levied on the vessels transporting coal out of the world’s biggest coal export port make up 1 per cent of the total cost of coal to importers and do not appear to substantiate any claims by local politicians that the half-Chinese-owned port could abuse its monopoly position and impose “punitive costs” to hurt Australian coal exports, according to all available data, including from an independent third party.Port of Newcastle is the second Australian port with Chinese interests to…

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