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China holds hope for LNG exporters as gas price cut could restore demand growth

With Abache Abreu

November 19, 2015 03:03:18 EST (5:25)

Latest customs data from China shows that the country's LNG imports from January to September were 4% lower than the volume imported in the same period last year. As Platts editor Abache Abreu explains in this video, the slowdown in China's economic growth is not the only culprit of the decline. He also analyzes the impact of China's new policy on domestic gas prices for non-residential users. Is there hope for LNG exports in Asia after all?

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