China to ask public about fuel pricing, tax reform


BEIJING, Nov 26 (Reuters) - China's cabinet, the State Council, plans to publish details of proposed fuel pricing and tax reforms to solicit public opinion, Chinese radio said on Wednesday in a summary of the cabinet meeting. The cabinet, chaired by Premier Wen Jiabao, met to discuss oil pricing and tax reform on Wednesday and decided to publish details of China's proposals, state radio said. It also cited Wen as saying that the oil reform was very important for China to improve energy ...

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