Queensland floods cost 30m tonnes of lost coal production
Australia’s Queensland state lost up to 30 m tonnes of coal production when heavy rains and a cyclone battered the eastern seaboard between November and February, exacting a higher economic toll on one of the most resilient economies than first estimated, government and private figures show
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