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  1. BlueChemical targets CNOOC fertiliser stake

    Posted Apr 05th 2010, 12:00am by Eric Ng

    ... Eric Ng China BlueChemical, the fertiliser unit of offshore oil and gas producer China National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC), aims to complete the acquisition of its parent's stake in the nation's largest joint-venture fertiliser producer by the end of this year. CNOOC holds a 40 per cent stake in the joint venture- Sino-Arab Chemical Fertilisers- and the balance is held ...

  2. Sewage market draws foreign players

    Posted Nov 27th 2003, 12:00am by Denise Tsang

    ... player Suez of France and Singapore's SembCorp Industries. Representing Hong Kong-listed companies are the likes of NWS Holdings and China Everbright International. Also joining the fray are companies such as Shanghai Industrial Holdings and Tianjin Capital Environmental Protection. The red chips are looking for new infrastructure projects after selling off parts of their toll-road ...

  3. Beijing friction distant as poll draws close

    Posted Aug 31st 2008, 12:00am by Chris Yeung

    ... by the Games could be a plus for pro-Beijing, pro-government candidates and cost their pan-democratic rivals votes. And when it was confirmed that China's gold medallists would make Hong Kong ... that on Thursday, the government made the surprise announcement that it had struck a landmark energy deal with the mainland guaranteeing continued supplies of natural gas and nuclear power for two decades. ...

  4. Sovereign bond unlikely to start China flood

    Posted Oct 31st 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... debt overseas is one way to go, writes Bei Hu China's international sovereign debt issue last week- the first in more than two years- is unlikely to unleash a flood of international corporate bond issues from mainland companies. As long as domestic interest rates remain low in China, bank borrowing will remain a cheaper funding alternative. But mainland-backed companies have ...

  5. Enforcement key to Iranian nuclear deal

    Posted Nov 30th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... diplomats to begin. This at least buys time for a more permanent deal to be struck. But for a permanent agreement to hold, flaws in the temporary pact must be fixed. Sanctions for breaking pledges ... and by emphasising that the freeze is voluntary. If the freeze holds- long enough for a meaningful and permanent treaty- the Europeans' calculated risks and sensitivity will have paid off. However, ...

  6. Small coal mines to get go-ahead to restart output to ensure supply

    Posted May 28th 2008, 12:00am by Carol Chan

    ... 15 days of coal stocks during the summer and the transport sector to make proper shipment plans. Regions with more gas-fuelled power plants should also boost their gas stockpiles. NDRC said ... an analyst at JP Morgan, said capacity at small coal mines was limited and the NDRC's measures would not have much impact on coal prices and supply. 'We believe coal supply in China ...

  7. In need of a little Olympic spirit

    Posted Jun 28th 2008, 12:00am by Kevin Rafferty

    ... of 'Grandpa Wen' with his loudhailer, calling desperately to survivors to hold on because help was on the way. China's prompt massive rescue efforts were heralded as a caring and efficient ... supplies for the earthquake survivors. The visit followed hard on the heels of the agreement between China and Japan to jointly develop natural-gas fields in the East China Sea that both countries ...

  8. Between a rogue and a hyperpower

    Posted Dec 12th 2003, 12:00am by Michael Richardson

    ... in motor oil. But it can also be used to manufacture nerve gas. John Bolton, the US Undersecretary of State for arms control and international security, said recently that China supported ... talks hosted by China to end the nuclear stand-off on the Korean peninsula. The requirement is clearly unacceptable to the US and Japan, and probably to China, South Korea and Russia, the other ...

  9. Road to freedom and prosperity?

    Posted Nov 20th 2010, 12:00am by Kevin Rafferty

    ... of the modern economy, striking lucrative deals for the exploitation of oil and gas, timber and minerals, leading to a clamour of foreigners fighting for a share. China has been the biggest beneficiary. Beijing sees Myanmar as essential to its energy security and has been developing oil and gas pipelines and hydropower. Thailand buys about 30 per cent of its gas from Myanmar to light the streets ...

  10. Cargo hold of issues for Iata's new pilot

    Posted Jun 16th 2009, 12:00am by Kevin Rafferty

    ... and governments to come on board with a sensible scheme to make aviation pay for its greenhouse gas emissions. Major airlines such as Cathay and British Airways are pressing for a workable global greenhouse gas tax. Admittedly, they are partly motivated by fear that unless they can get agreement, individual governments will impose more expensive piecemeal taxes. The European Union is showing ...




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