by michael yu
China has expanded its coal import restrictions, with several more ports introducing heavier controls over shipments from overseas. Most major South China ports are now subject to some form of limitation over all types of coal imports.
The controls vary in form and degree, with some imposing total bans, others banning various user groups, and others tightening their customs clearance procedures. There is yet to be any indication of how long these restrictions will remain in place.
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