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Indonesia coal ban ‘manageable’ for China, but temporary energy headache looms amid Australia dispute

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In the first 11 months last year, China imported 177 million tonnes of thermal coal from Indonesia, an increase of 54 per cent compared with the same period in 2020, and which accounted for 74 per cent of its total imports, customs data showed. Photo: Reuters

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Indonesia coal ban ‘manageable’ for China, but temporary energy headache looms amid Australia dispute

In the first 11 months last year, China imported 177 million tonnes of thermal coal from Indonesia, an increase of 54 per cent compared with the same period in 2020, and which accounted for 74 per cent of its total imports, customs data showed. Photo: Reuters

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