UPDATE 3-China lifts gasoline, diesel prices 6-7 percent


* Gasoline, diesel up 400 yuan ($58.59) per tonne * Price rises take effect on Monday * Third price change in 2009, and biggest at 6-7 percent * Refiners likely to want further price rises (Writes through with confirmation of price rises) By Chen Aizhu and Tom Miles BEIJING, May 31 (Reuters) - China will raise retail diesel and gasoline prices by 6-7 percent from Monday, the second and biggest increase this year, relieving some pressure on refiners but adding to the burden on ...

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