Chinese coal import from Australia drops 98.6 percent

China's blockage of coal import from Australia continues. The volume of coal reaching China on dry bulk vessels has fallen drastically in the first seven months of the year, writes Bimco.

The export of coal from China has nearly bottomed in the first seven months of the year compared to the same period last year.

According to new figures from Bimco and Oceanbolt, Australian coal cargoes to China have declined by 98.6 percent.

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