Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Australia loses market share in China’s coal  de  fr  it  nl  pt  sv

By Virginia Marsh in Sydney and Richard McGregor in Beijing Published: January 22 2008 15:08 | Last updated: January 22 2008 15:08 Australia has lost substantial market share in China in coal, its biggest export commodity, partly because of the severe infrastructure bottlenecks in ports and rail,....

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Keywords: China, United states / Xinhua News Agency, Dalai Lama / chinese, beijing, taiwan, trade, percent, safety, chen, foreign

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