*Price rises set for Monday - official source *Prices to rise by 400 yuan ($58.59) per tonne *Third price change in 2009, and biggest at 6-7 percent (Adds Sinopec source) By Chen Aizhu and Tom Miles BEIJING, May 31 (Reuters) - China plans to raise retail diesel and gasoline prices by 6-7 percent from Monday, industry and official sources said on Sunday, relieving some pressure on refiners but adding to the burden on farmers and manufacturers. An official familiar with the issue ...
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