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Queensland coal ports caned

NOVEMBER throughput for the four major Queensland coal ports was 9% down year on year to 15.7 million tonnes, according to a UBS report.

Hay Point is solely for BHP's use.

Hay Point is solely for BHP's use.

However, the news is not all bad. On an annualised month on month basis the terminals' throughput was actually up 4%. All ports suffered year on year declines except Gladstone, which was up 6%. Hay...

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