(Adds details, quotes) By Chen Aizhu BEIJING, Dec 26 (Reuters) - China's apparent oil demand grew at a modest 4 percent in November, steady to the past two months as analysts said a likely draw-down in fuel stocks helped take the edge off double-digit rates earlier this year. Even with tepid growth at year's end, oil demand in the first 11 months of the year is up 7.8 percent in the world's second-biggest consumer, a faster pace than many expected, according to Reuters calculations ...
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