Asian dragon stirring to life on resources
China takes more subtle approach in efforts to secure minerals, oil and natural gas; Canadian government rolls out welcome mat
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Since 2006, Chinese investors have acquired almost 11,000 square miles of African farmland.
In August, China’s state-controlled Jilin Jien Nickel Industry Co. made a surprise C$148.5 million unsolicited takeover bid for Canadian Royalties, which is developing a nickel project in Quebec.
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Teck share acquired this year
PetroChina financial muscle
More investment expected
China’s demand up
China tests investment, security laws
PetroChina changes equation
Heads up in Canada
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