BEIJING, May 27 (Reuters) - China won't raise fuel prices in the near term, state radio quoted an unnamed official from the top economic planner as saying on Wednesday. Expectations are widespread that Beijing could lift gasoline and diesel pump prices at any time as the global oil price has surged about 20 percent since it last raised them in late March. "Relevant departments at the National Development and Reform Commission explicitly told us that oil prices will not be adjusted in the ...
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