China's changing energy demand

Professor Ross Garnaut, a former Ambassador to China talks with Business Spectator about China's appetite for Australian energy.

As China's pattern of growth changes and it shifts from high emission to low emission energy sources, there will be less demand for thermal coal and more for gas according to Garnaut. Any boom in Chinese investment is unlikely to make up for less demand in resources.

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