(Adds details, quotes) By Felicia Loo SINGAPORE, Oct 31 (Reuters) - China is exporting at least 100,000 tonnes of gasoline next month, the lowest volume since January 2004, as its grapples with acute domestic fuel shortages, industry sources in the country said on Wednesday. The November volumes are down from 190,000 tonnes shipped out in October and the country may even import some gasoline for next month, they said. The world's second-biggest energy user last exported a paltry ...
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