BEIJING, May 31 (Reuters) - China plans to raise retail diesel and gasoline prices from Monday, an official source familiar with the issue told Reuters on Sunday. The official, who declined to be named, did not say how much prices would go up. Chinese energy industry website CBI China, also known as C1, said prices would rise by 400 yuan ($58.58) per tonne. "Sources in the two big oil companies have told C1 that the National Development and Reform Commission will raise gasoline and ...
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