Australian exports of iron, coal plunge 45% due to less China imports

CANBERRA: China is importing less from Australia. Its global imports have declined by 20 per cent over the first two months of the year. The value of Australian exports to China plunged 29 per cent over the first two months of the year, partly because of falling prices for coal and iron ore.

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