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Japan steps up U.S. LPG purchases in fallout from Sino-U.S. trade conflict

TOKYO - Japanese utilities and industrial companies are snapping up U.S. cargoes of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) that are seeking a new home after Chinese buyers started to shun them amid an escalating trade war between Washington and Beijing. Taking in fuel that would otherwise be heading for China means Japanese imports of U.S. LPG are set to stay strong after already hitting record levels earlier this year. Robust Japanese purchases of LPG, often used as fuel for transport or

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