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China brings back coal import tariffs

Move to support money-losing domestic miners will hurt Australian producers
Saturday, October 11, 2014 - 05:50

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CHINA, the world's biggest coal consumer, is piling on the pain for Australian producers by ratcheting up import barriers - PHOTO: REUTERS

Sydney

CHINA, the world's biggest coal consumer, is piling on the pain for Australian producers by ratcheting up import barriers.

China will re-introduce import tariffs in its latest effort to support money-losing domestic miners, according to a statement published on the Finance

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