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China Raises Gas Prices
An employee at a gas station in Qingdao City pumps gas at a higher price on March 25, 2009. With oil prices rising across the globe, the National Development and Reform Commission announced on March 24 that the prices of gasoline and diesel would be raised to 290 yuan and 180 yuan per ton, respectively, starting the next day. After the price adjustment, the price of No.97 gasoline is 5.92 yuan per liter, up 0.24 yuan, and the price of No.93 gasoline is 5.56 yuan per liter, up 0.23 yuan (Xinhua)


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