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Kiwis benefitting from Aussie-China spat

AN INCREASE in hard coking coal prices brought about by the trade dispute between China and Australia is raising the stocks of other producers around the world, including New Zealand’s Bathurst Resources.

The Aussie-China spat is raising the stocks of other producers around the world, including New Zealand’s Bathurst Resources.

The Aussie-China spat is raising the stocks of other producers around the world, including New Zealand’s Bathurst Resources.

The company outlined its position in response to a "speeding ticket" from the Australian Securities Exchange over reasons for its rising share price over the past few days.   Bathurst said the hard...

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