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The impact of China coal import tariffs on seaborne trade


The impact of China coal import tariffs on seaborne trade

Report summary

The import tariffs are no big deal. Global coal producers should, however, be wary of persisting underlying demand weakness in China, and the risk that the government might impose hard caps on import volumes in future. 

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  • Executive summary
  • Import tariffs – what is new about the Chinese legislation?
  • Assessing the impact of China import tariffs on our H1 2014 long-term view
    • Stronger demand for Indonesian thermal and metallurgical coal into China
    • Australian supply is diverted to other Asian countries, mainly India
    • China delivered costs of imported coals increase
  • Conclusion

In this report there are 9 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
  • Import tariffs – what is new about the Chinese legislation?
    • Import tariffs by coal type in select Asian countries
  • Assessing the impact of China import tariffs on our H1 2014 long-term view
    • Tax assumptions into ICT
    • Change in global thermal coal supply (Mt)
    • Change in global metallurgical coal supply (Mt)
    • Change in China thermal coal imports by source (Mt)
    • Change in China metallurgical coal imports by source (Mt)
    • Change in India thermal coal imports by source (Mt)
    • Change in India metallurgical coal imports by source (Mt)
    • Delivered price of thermal coal imports into south China (US$/t, real 2014)
  • Conclusion
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