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Listen: Sinopec’s planned divestment heralds non-state investment in oil sector

The Chinese oil sector is traditionally controlled by the state but this seems about to change as China’s largest refiner, Sinopec, announced plans to seek investment for its oil product marketing and retail division. Song Yen Ling, Platts senior writer for oil and gas news, discusses the advantages of this move and what it means for industry players.


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