An arbitration over fees paid between Sinopec Group and its agent on its 2005 bid for a major Kazakhstan oil asset provides rare details about Beijing's intervention in state firms' overseas acquisitions. Photo: Reuters An arbitration over fees paid between Sinopec Group and its agent on its 2005 bid for a major Kazakhstan oil asset provides rare details about Beijing's intervention in state firms' overseas acquisitions. Photo: Reuters
An arbitration over fees paid between Sinopec Group and its agent on its 2005 bid for a major Kazakhstan oil asset provides rare details about Beijing's intervention in state firms' overseas acquisitions. Photo: Reuters

Row over fees gives glimpse into Beijing-backed takeovers

An arbitration over fees paid between Sinopec Group and its agent on its 2005 bid for a major Kazakhstan oil asset provides rare details about Beijing's intervention in state firms' overseas acquisitions. Photo: Reuters An arbitration over fees paid between Sinopec Group and its agent on its 2005 bid for a major Kazakhstan oil asset provides rare details about Beijing's intervention in state firms' overseas acquisitions. Photo: Reuters
An arbitration over fees paid between Sinopec Group and its agent on its 2005 bid for a major Kazakhstan oil asset provides rare details about Beijing's intervention in state firms' overseas acquisitions. Photo: Reuters
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