In lockstep with the rising crude oil prices, China is raising its retail benchmark rate for gasoline by about 7% for the first time since August, state media reported, citing the National Development and Reform Commission. Industry officials said they expect the hike to raise state refiners' margins while demand continues unabated. Diesel fuel prices remain unchanged.
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