By Cho Mee-young SINGAPORE, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Major Asian refiners will export about 10,000 tonnes less gasoline next month than in September, deterred by weak prices during the slow demand season and few outlets in the United States, traders said on Thursday. The refiners will ship around 440,000 tonnes next month -- with the biggest cuts coming from South Korea -- versus 450,000 tonnes in September, as they minimise production of the auto fuel, a Reuters survey found. Singapore ...
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