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Qld coal export value up despite TC Debbie

A SIGNIFICANT rise in the value of coal exports was the primary driver behind Queensland setting another record export total for the 12 months to May 2017 despite the impact of Tropical Cyclone Debbie.

Lou Caruana
Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt.

Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt.

The value of Queensland merchandise exports surged 32.2% – an increase $15.5 billion – in the past year to be $63.4 billion. “The significant rise was driven largely by an increase in the value of coal...

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