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China’s communist billionaires: Darlings of Harvard, Wall Street, CFR

Posted by seumasach on February 27, 2016

New American

24th February, 2016

East Coast-West Coast, from Harvard to Hollywood, China Inc. is setting down a big footprint, with indispensable assistance from some of the biggest names on Wall Street: Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Carlyle Group, Kissinger Associates, CitiBank, JPMorgan Chase.

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Hagel cordial, but outdated on China

Posted by seumasach on January 20, 2013

Brendan O’Reilly

Asia Times

12th January, 2013

See also: Let’s build a strategic partnership with China!

News of Chuck Hagel’s nomination to Secretary of Defense has been warmly received in China. Hagel, like most of the contemporary leadership of the American military, favors closer engagement with his counterparts in the People’s Liberation Army. China’s top leadership has interpreted Hagel’s recent public statements as reassuring signals of American cordiality.

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China stakes claim to S. Texas oil, gas

Posted by seumasach on October 13, 2010

“The initial feedback we’re getting is that this is something the government should be very happy to see, which is the return of American capital into our country so that we can use it to create high-paying American jobs and also reduce oil imports a few years down the road.”

My San Antonio

12th October, 2010

See also:

Let’s build a geostrategic partnership with China!

State-owned Chinese energy giant CNOOC is buying a multibillion-dollar stake in 600,000 acres of South Texas oil and gas fields, potentially testing the political waters for further expansion into U.S. energy reserves.

With the announcement Monday that it would pay up to $2.2 billion for a one-third stake in Chesapeake Energy assets, CNOOC lays claim to a share of properties that eventually could produce up to half a million barrels a day of oil equivalent.

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