China slashes tariffs on gas imports in supply boost bid

Published 09:50 on January 31, 2018  /  Last updated at 14:31 on February 1, 2018  /  China  /  No Comments

China has cut tariff levels on imported natural gas in a bid to ease the supply shortage during the seasonal spike in demand, as the government’s push to reduce coal consumption continues to drive up gas prices.

China has cut tariff levels on imported natural gas in a bid to ease the supply shortage during the seasonal spike in demand, as the government’s push to reduce coal consumption continues to drive up gas prices.

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