China Inland Oil-Demand up, talk of govt price rise


By Chen Aizhu SINGAPORE, July 30 (Reuters) - Diesel and gasoline prices in inland western China rose as demand picked up at the start of a warm summer and on speculation of an official price increase next month, state-oil marketing officials said on Friday. Wholesale gas oil, or diesel, prices in the main consuming cities rose to above 3,800-3,850 yuan (($459.20-465.20) a tonne, from 3,700-3,780 yuan a month ago. Reuters assessment showed Asian benchmark Singapore gas oil prices jumped ...

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