China's coal crackdown could leave Australian mines stranded Down Under

Will Nichols
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Raft of green policy measures in world's largest coal consumer spells big problems for Australian coal investors, report warns

A predicted slowdown in China's appetite for coal could have dire consequences for Australian mines, according to the latest research by University of Oxford's Stranded Assets Programme. China is currently...

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