Drivers are queuing for petrol in various areas of China, as shortages of diesel worsen in China’s continuing energy crisis, the Beijing-based Securities Times reported on Thursday.
The wholesale price of diesel has risen higher than the retail price, the publication said. “There are long queues of trucks and trucks at gas stations, and some drivers even said that they could not fill up after a day of waiting.”
Securities Times reporters who visited petrol stations said some drivers were afraid to take on long-distance deliveries.
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