China-Australia relations: US coal continues to fill void left by ban on Australian exports, Canberra report says

The United States continued shipping more coal to China in May – supporting an upward trend seen in recent months and filling the gap left by Australian coal banned by Chinese authorities, newly released trade data and reports show.About 720,000 tonnes of coal made its way from the US to China in May, increasing year on year, but declining from the 1 million tonnes China received from the US in April, according to the latest Chinese trade data.US coal shipments to China, which gradually began…

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