Sinopec, PetroChina Fall After Government Sets $40 Oil FloorBloomberg News
Seeking to avoid `prices that are too high or too low': NDRC
Fuel price cuts halted in December to curb demand, emissions
China’s biggest refiners fell in Hong Kong on Thursday after China rolled out a policy that won’t let fuel prices fall in line with crude below $40 a barrel.
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