UPDATE 2-China says crude oil imports hit record in '03

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(Adds details, writes through) BEIJING, Jan 19 (Reuters) - China's imports of crude oil hit record levels last year as booming economic development led to a surge in petroleum demand, which is expected to continue in 2004. Figures released by the General Administration of Customs on Monday showed crude imports into China in 2003 at 91.1 million tonnes, 31.2 percent higher than the year earlier. December alone was up almost 80 percent year-on-year to 9.3 million tonnes, the ...

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