BEIJING, March 19 (Reuters) - China's oil majors are rationing diesel in parts of the country to ensure supply to all vehicles due to shortages at private stations, causing a repeat of the long queues seen in November, sources and media said on Wednesday. Some sales units of PetroChina and Sinopec were reported to have halted sales to independent dealers since last week in some parts of China, despite Beijing's order that they open the taps to the private sector, as refiners again ...
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