China reportedly orders halt to imports of Australian coal

Industry news sources report that Beijing has told several state-owned steelmakers and power plants to stop imports with immediate effect

China’s customs authorities have told several Chinese state-owned steelmakers and power plants to stop importing Australian coal, according to two industry newswire services.

The move comes amid ongoing tensions in the relationship between China and Australia and reportedly affects both thermal and coking coal.

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