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What China's slowing economic growth means for its oil balance in 2016

With Song Yen Ling

March 31, 2016 06:00:00 EST (3:19)

After picking up significantly last year, China's oil demand is expected to moderate in 2016 in line with the country's slowing economic growth, says Song Yen Ling, senior analyst at Platts China Oil Analytics. This video shares Platts China Oil Analytics' demand forecast and where overall oil product expansion will be coming from, as well as import expectations now that more and more independent refineries are getting access to imported crude.

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