CAOSCChina Aviation Oil Supply Corporation
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The move would help trim losses suffered by state-run CAOSC, which is forced to raise imports of costly aviation fuel as state refiners cut back its production to boost diesel, but might prompt airlines to increase fuel surcharges or fares, he said.
CAOSC has denied that it is using higher oil prices to increase its profits and a spokesperson for the company stated 'Domestic oil prices go along with the world market because almost one-fourth of China's oil comes from imports.