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Iron Ore Ships Turn to Coal to Survive China’s Slump

By Ann Koh and Liz Ng (Bloomberg) — Cargo ships suffering from weak Chinese demand for iron ore are finding a more lucrative alternative as the global energy crisis spurs a...

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