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China cuts LNG imports
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China, the world's second-biggest energy user, cut liquefied natural gas imports to a four-month low in October after paying its highest price yet for a cargo of the fuel bought in the open market.


China imported 296,305 metric tons of the fuel last month, the least since July, customs figures released in Beijing show.


(Shanghai Daily November 23, 2007)

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