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Australian iron ore exports fell by 16.2 million tons per week compared with the previous week
Jul 11,2019 10:12CST
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Source:SMM
Australia imported 16.2 million tons of iron ore a week in the week ended July 5, down from 19.5 million tons the previous week. Among them, the weekly export volume of (Port Hedland) in Port Hedland is 9.4 million tons.
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SMM News: in the week ended July 5, Australia imported 16.2 million tons of iron ore per week, less than the previous week's 19.5 million tons of exports.

Among them, the weekly export volume of (Port Hedland) in Hedland Port is 9.4 million tons. BHP Billiton (BHP) and Fortescue Metals Group Ltd. And Roy Hill Holdings Pty exports iron ore through the port.

During the same period, the export volume of the port of (Cape Lambert) at Cape Rambert was 3.8 million tons.

The export volume of (Dampier) at the port of Dampier is 2.7 million tons.

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