(Recasts with import outlook, add analyst comments) By Felicia Loo SINGAPORE, Aug 26 (Reuters) - PetroChina will skip gasoline imports and may resume large exports in September due to high post-Olympics stockpiles, marking an end to China's brief fling as a net petrol buyer, traders said on Tuesday. The Chinese state oil giant has already booked 60,000 tonnes of gasoline for shipment next month, which are likely to head to Indonesia. But PetroChina will not ship in the auto fuel for ...
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