(Adds quotes, details and market context) By Felicia Loo SINGAPORE, Aug 30 (Reuters) - China will cut gasoline exports in September by more than half to near their lowest on record, as strong domestic demand soaks up supply already stretched by lower output and maintenance, Chinese industry sources said on Thursday. Gasoline exports are expected to fall to 90,000 tonnes next month from about 210,000 tonnes in August, the second-lowest on record since 1999 and the smallest volume since ...
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