Australian PM Morrison denies souring of relationship with China

Australian Prime Minister (PM) Morrison is on the wires now, via Reuters, speaking about the Australian-China relationship following Thursday’s reports of the Chinese ban on the Australian coal imports.

Main Headlines:

Should not leap to conclusions on report of China coal ban.

Sees nothing to suggest the move on coal was out of the normal.

Denies souring of relationship with China.

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