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Tianjin port loses as rivals gain in China's war on smog

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A big drop in coal and steel cargoes at the Tianjin port following a ban on using trucks to transport coal has forced Tianjin Port Development Holdings to overhaul its business and expand its containerised volumes.

Beijing

CHINA'S war on smog is shaking up the country's busiest ports, which handle billions of tonnes of cargo a year, forcing Tianjin to overhaul its business as northern rivals snare a greater share of vast coal and iron ore shipments, results show.

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