SINGAPORE, Oct 24 (Reuters) – China’s crude oil imports in September were 2% down year-on-year, data showed on Monday as independent refiners curbed throughput amid thin margins and weak demand.

But state-owned refiners have boosted fuel exports to their highest monthly volume since June 2021 to benefit from robust export margins, according to data from the General Administration of Customs released a week later than planned.

The world’s largest crude oil importer brought…

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