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Chinese Products Exports Fell YoY in November

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Chinese diesel exports last month fell by 44.9% on the year to 1.16mn tons, but up from 1.11mn tons in October, data from the General Administration of Customs showed, cited by Reuters.

  • November gasoline exports declined by 40% on the year to 890k tons, down from 1.09mn tons in October.
  • China’s November jet fuel exports stood at 1.59mn tons, up by 3.9% on October levels and up by 26.9% on 2022 levels.
  • Oil products imports in November rose by 34.2% year on year to 4.16mn tons.
  • LNG imports in November rose by 6.6% on the year to 6.8mn tons, while pipeline gas imports increased by 6.6% year on year to 4.15mn tons.
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Chinese diesel exports last month fell by 44.9% on the year to 1.16mn tons, but up from 1.11mn tons in October, data from the General Administration of Customs showed, cited by Reuters.

  • November gasoline exports declined by 40% on the year to 890k tons, down from 1.09mn tons in October.
  • China’s November jet fuel exports stood at 1.59mn tons, up by 3.9% on October levels and up by 26.9% on 2022 levels.
  • Oil products imports in November rose by 34.2% year on year to 4.16mn tons.
  • LNG imports in November rose by 6.6% on the year to 6.8mn tons, while pipeline gas imports increased by 6.6% year on year to 4.15mn tons.