KUALA LUMPUR, April 28 (Reuters) - Malaysia moved on Thursday to resolve nationwide shortages of diesel, promising to relax limits on supplies of the fuel to petrol stations. Hundreds of stations ran dry in recent days after a government attempt to crack down on abuse of diesel subsidies backfired, slowing the road transport industry to a crawl. "We will ensure there will be no shortage of diesel," Deputy Prime Minister Najib Razak said after chairing a special government committee ...
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