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More oil cargoes head for China as oil prices plunge

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The biggest tankers earned an average of about US$28,000 last month shipping Middle East oil to Asia, Baltic Exchange data show.

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ADD oil shippers to the list of winners from this year's collapse in crude.

The price plunge has spurred China, the world's second-biggest importer after the US, to accelerate bookings of oil cargoes. It will also shave almost US$20 billion a year in fuel costs across the

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