Met coal demand to suffer with China port restrictions

SEABORNE market for coking coal will slow due to import restrictions in China and uncertainty around demand from other countries, a Deloitte report has found.

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It said prices were expected to fall over 2019 as demand from China softens and supply was supported by the completion of a number of projects around the world.