* Beijing increases gasoline, diesel prices by 9-10 percent * After third rise this year, retail rates now highest ever * Jet fuel prices raised by 22 pct, second increase of 2009 * Sinopec ADRs gain on margins boost; could hit oil demand (Adds background, detail) By Eadie Chen and David Stanway BEIJING, June 29 (Reuters) - China unexpectedly increased gasoline and diesel prices on Monday, raising them for the third time since late March to their highest level ever. At nearly 9 ...
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