By Chen Aizhu SINGAPORE, April 27 (Reuters) - China is shunning costly diesel imports in May, but strong domestic demand has forced the world's second-largest consumer to boost aviation fuel purchases and trim gasoline exports, state oil traders say. China is buying aviation fuel at sharply above average levels since April, extending an import spree that drove up first-quarter purchases by 84 percent, year-on-year [ID:nSP159968]. That allows state refiners to reduce production of jet ...
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