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China May Forbid Coal Imports at Second-Class Ports from July
smm insight
Jun 28,2017

SHANGHAI, Jun. 28 (SMM) – China may forbid coal imports at second-class ports which approved by provincial governments from July 1, 2017, Bloomberg quoted informed sources.

But, ports authorized by the State Council will suffer no impact from the prohibition.

It is unclear that the prohibition is temporary, or long-term.

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