(Recasts, adds quotes and table) By Felicia Loo SINGAPORE, July 25 (Reuters) - China, Asia's top gasoline supplier, will cut exports of the auto fuel by nearly 30 percent in August, keeping cargoes for the domestic market after raising retail prices at the weekend, traders said on Monday. PetroChina , the country's top oil and gas company, will reduce gasoline exports to 120,000-150,000 tonnes next month from 200,000 tonnes in July, they said. Its rival Sinopec Corp. has revised ...
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