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Closer to market

31 May 2018 By Christopher Beddor

China will cut some implicit subsidies for the fuel. The main winner is the $210 bln state-run giant, which as the country’s top supplier will lose less on imports. More freedom is likely to follow – benefiting investors while stoking spending in infrastructure and production.

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