Focus on iron ore trade in Australia’s trade spat with China
Chinese customs authorities say the new supervisory rules, which take effect on June 1, will mean officials would inspect iron ore at the request of the trader or importer. This will increase waiting times for vessels, forcing importers to buy from other sources
Beijing has also imposed informal quotas on coal imports days, after announcing new inspection rules for iron ore imports
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