Why has China banned Australian coal? | ABC News





Why has China banned Australian coal? | ABC News



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China is a cry-bully. Go to China, as a foreigner. Say constructive, but critical things, of the government. See what happens. Wake up, to who we are dealing with. From Canada.
can alway turn to their good friend USA for help, i am sure USA can buy the coal at even a better price then china
It's easy to understand why unless you're burying your head in the Australian desert.
Yikes, another sign that Australia’s bull market will end soon 😶
Australian coals is a danger to China's security!
keep bashing muslin australia, once muslin countries stop buying your sheep, goat, and cow, australian ranch will have more kangaroos than animal stocks.
Keep dreaming, China will have enough solar power to power there country soon they don't need dirty coal from Australia or American
Because australia coals contain spyware.
What's top mission of the Australia Navy? To protect the Australia coal ships to China from the Chinese Navy :)
Poor excuse given for China slow down. Wasn't there an even higher trade deficit despite the tariffs.
Why make it so political? I think the real threat is that Huawei is out of US control. It is not allowed obviousely. And only mistake for Austrilia is to stand besides US, sadly for US allies are to sacrifice. But no mistake for each country to choose their own road though, only thing matters is that whether or not the decision is good for her own people. So, I would say, Aus is not smart to lost the chance of 5G and a buyer at once, while for China just a matter of chance a supplier. One very funny thing, why Aus make it so political rather than physical and teachonical? Just take Huawei's equipment and carefully inspect and test them to prove everything, Huawei already state that it is very welcome for any country to inspect their equipment. Why not?
U punch me, I punch u back. What's confusing there?
5 eyes network is working out extremely  well Assis. 🤦‍♂️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♂️
Good news for the planet!! 🌍
China is Australia's largest trading partner. China does not cooperate with Australia, which means that coal, milk, wine, tourism, and the reduction of Chinese students from China... there are still many products that cannot be sold. Many people will be unemployed and the entire Australian economy will be strongly affected. China can buy these products from other countries, but no other country has the ability to buy Australian products like China. The United States is very happy because they can have more cooperation with China and develop more economies. It is sad how Australia has abandoned his biggest partner.
Once China and the US reach a Trade Deal, Australia will pay the price! China will shift their buying from Australia to the US to close the trade gap. Australia got played by the Americans like the Fool they are! China gave Australia 30 years of economic growth and Australia pays China back by back stabbing them Politically, Economically by banning Huawei and Militarily by being America Asian Pitbull! You reap what you sow!
Friendship=Trade
huawel
As the result of Anti China by Australia government
It is normal for China to limit import of products from Australia , how can an anti China states being allow to have free ride on trade with China, If Australia ban Huawei , China has all the right to ban anything imported from Australia.


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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.