(Adds industry comment, details) BEIJING, May 21 (Reuters) - China is maintaining strong imports of crude oil in April, while making record purchases of fuel oil to keep pace with its voracious appetite for energy in the face of short domestic supplies. Crude imports into the world's second-largest oil consumer rose 26.7 percent from a year earlier to 10 million tonnes, a touch below the record in February at 10.53 million tonnes, Chinese customs datas showed on Friday. Imports in the ...
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