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The company logo of China’s Sinopec Corp is displayed at a news conference in Hong Kong, China March 26, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
November 8, 2018
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China’s state-owned Sinopec signed purchase agreements worth $45.6 billion on Thursday, covering supplies of crude oil, chemicals, coal and equipment.
The deals were inked at a public signing ceremony at the China International Import Expo.
(Reporting by Aizhu Chen; editing by Richard Pullin)