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increase in the production of iron ore in australia

increase in the production of iron ore in australia

Australia is the largest global producer and exporter of iron ore and in 2018 exported around 830 million tonnes of iron ore worth A$63 billion. This accounted for around 15 per cent of total exports by value, and was equivalent to 3.3 per cent of nominal GDP. Between late January and mid July the benchmark iron ore spot price increased significantly.

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