BEIJING, June 29 (Reuters) - China will raise gasoline and diesel prices by 600 yuan per tonne, the third rise of 2009 and the biggest since a shock 17-18 percent hike a year ago, the National Development and Reform Commission said on Monday. The increase is equivalent to near 9 percent on gasoline and near 10 percent on diesel fuel, based on previous retail rates. It is the fourth rise since China introduced a new pricing system in December 2008 that Beijing said would indirectly link ...
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