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China’s bearish demand set to hit bulker earnings

Coal imports have experinced muted growth, iron ore imports may have reached a turning point and soyabean imports have declined but perked up recently as US-Sino trade talks appear on the horizon

Iron ore imports may have peaked, while slowing manufacturing and economic headwinds could hurt bulk carrier demand this year, says BIMCO

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