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Vehicles were lining up at gas stations across China on Wednesday evening.

December 15, 2016 lawson james 0 Comments

Vehicles were lining up at gas stations across China on Wednesday evening

Vehicles were lining up at gas stations across China on Wednesday evening, after the authorities announced that prices of gasoline and diesel would rise from Thursday.
China’s top economic planning body, the National Development and Reform Commission, announced on Wednesday that gasoline prices will be lifted by 435 yuan (about 63 US dollars) per ton, and diesel prices by 420 yuan (about 61 US dollars) per ton starting Thursday, due to rising international crude oil prices. The price hike marks the highest jump in four years.

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