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Australia needs to stand up for itself. Yes, it defence and other agreements with America are important however so is our economy to us and America's belligerence in the trade disputes with China are hurting us. Take Huawei for example: the UK has no problems in buying telecommunications equipment from Huawei and does not see the "phantom" problems America sees. The real truth is that Huawei is winning global contracts off American competitors and Trump doesn't like it.

We should let China know that we are not behind America in their trade problems and stand on our own two feet!
Well good. They need to wake up and diversify into green tech, AUS is arrogant and ignorant on the climate change we all face. Listen buddies, we all love money, but we can make these in green tech, not with this heavily poluting dino juice.
the real reality is no one really cares in Australia
Sorry it say from 🌎
No coal from australia
Your going killing the furture children and great barrier reef.
Australia your are the ones
Who can stop this do not think of greed ( money) think of furture
And rivers and sea fish water
And the world
Please do no mind coal
For 15 thousands jobs
Which 15 thousand people could makeing elec cars for world
But greed is good
I can't help thinking that David Lennox is living in an alternate universe to the one I live in. His interpretation of why this is happening seems not to reflect my reality at all, cos at this stage it really looks like it. As for iron imports, why would China cut off its nose to spite its face when coal will inconvenience them lots less?
Austrian coal is a security health to the Chinese people
national security. clear, simple reason.
you need more? there are hundreds.. do u want them?
'why' here is not a question, it's yelling, crying. but to the wrong person. go find ur daddy us, that's what u should do if u can find him
Abc, your China bashing and demonised China is not in the interest of australians.
Abc, there is an internation event in beijing right now that involved 120 countries "Beijing horticultural expo 2019" assuming its not news worthy for u ozzies. I will take it as abc intentionally promote australua as an ignorant and arrogant country NOT to know international affair. All ozzie i know that visited China will disagreed with your China reporting. abc a Chinese basher FAKE NEWS channel.
Australia needs to decide what kind of foreign policies it wants to adopt and be consistent. You can’t benefit off a country economically and then decide that is also your political enemy. That’s like suing your customer but still expect that customer to comeback and do business with you. So which one is it? Is China a valued partner or is it a political enemy?

Australia even accuses China of meddling in its politics when its clear theres another Superpower doing so.
hey, foolish stingy Ousie! Sell your coal to your the stepfather ,the 'DUCK'!
Australia should learn from China.
China economy suffered big and only hit 6.5% growth in the first quarter. Look at the stupid face talking on this, you just have to believe that descendants of prisoners still keep the genetic traits.
Lets keep it simple for the simple Aussie brain.
You ban. I ban.
Understand? 😎
China is working on environment since its killing its people.
Renewable energy are in development to replace coals. Like Hydropower and nuclear. Also start testing electric cars to replace petrol cars with regulations.
China plays dirty games now
Australia is not in a position to flex its tiny muscles. You might get cramps or rigor mortis 🤣🤣🤣
Jumping on China bashing bandwagon and hoping coming out unscathed, you gotta be kidding .
The guy can’t even pronounce Huawei .
Why do business with a racist country.


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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.

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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.