China's Yancoal in talks to buy Australia's Gloucester: sources

Dec 19, 2011 Full story: Reuters 10

Gloucester, which has a market value of $1.4 billion, confirmed it was in talks with an unnamed suitor on a potential takeover and requested a two-day trading halt on its shares pending an announcement on a deal.

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ross

Australia

#1 Dec 19, 2011
Traitorous labour party and corporate greed, this should not be allowed, the chinese commies are enemies of the free world
Myth Buster

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#2 Dec 20, 2011
ross wrote:
Traitorous labour party and corporate greed, this should not be allowed, the chinese commies are enemies of the free world
Gloucester coal is losing money and its share price has declined 40% in 2011. The shareholders and coal miners at risk of losing their jobs will welcome it.
Bwano

Brisbane, Australia

#3 Dec 20, 2011
ross wrote:
Traitorous labour party and corporate greed, this should not be allowed, the chinese commies are enemies of the free world
You got a very short (and biased) memory. It was the labour party that prevented China from buying into BHP or Rio Tinto, because it it was not in the national interest. Don't be a bandwagon political sheep , get your facts straight.
ross

Melbourne, Australia

#4 Dec 20, 2011
Myth Buster wrote:
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Gloucester coal is losing money and its share price has declined 40% in 2011. The shareholders and coal miners at risk of losing their jobs will welcome it.
Your a chinese malaysian so of course you support your races ambition of controlling some european companies
Myth Buster

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#5 Dec 20, 2011
ross wrote:
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Your a chinese malaysian so of course you support your races ambition of controlling some european companies
You don't have problem with European investing in Africa or middle east or China. You don't have problem with invading Iraq and Libya for oil. You don't have problem with Rio Tinto investing in Malaysia.
I was thinking the brave Anglo Saxon nationalists should stop using Muslim oil. Pull out their investment in Saudi Arabia.
Lets have a good debate on the entire issue. Don't just pick whatever suit your convenence.
Give me your reasoning.
ross

Melbourne, Australia

#6 Dec 20, 2011
Bwano wrote:
<quoted text>You got a very short (and biased) memory. It was the labour party that prevented China from buying into BHP or Rio Tinto, because it it was not in the national interest. Don't be a bandwagon political sheep , get your facts straight.
dud the chinese government owns 9 percent of riotinto through Chinalco.

do you need to be reminded how many companies are already not owned by australians / is there nothing australias rich mining execs wont give away if the price is right? some of these chaps have no nationalism or country pride only greed for them selves and there families, but hats of to the guys who do have some nation pride and say No firmly to these foreign commie thieves

http://www.maynereport.com/articles/2007/07/1...

avesbury nickel mine owned by the chinese since 2009 while labour was in power who gave the sale approval.

century mine owned by chinese company min metals since 2009 under a labour government.

Channar mine 40 percent owned by the chinese government more greedy australian traitors responsible for that.

eastern range mine 50 percent owned by the Chinese communist party through baosteel group in shanghai.australia only owns 7 percent of this operation.

savage river owned by chinese controlled australian bulk minerals {name deception or what.}
puffin oil field 60 percent owned by chinese company china petrochemical corporation in a 2008 deal

golden grove owned by chinas min metals also since 2009 under traitor rudds reign. Rudd has helped the Chinese communist party expand its assets absurd but true.

http://www.maynereport.com/articles/2007/07/1...
Bwano

Brisbane, Australia

#7 Dec 20, 2011
Don't be fooled into thinking a change of government will make any difference. Weve had 2 yrs of labour...before that 10 yrs of coalition. Go do your homework on who's sold what.Most of these companies are shareholder , so it makes no difference. The coalition blocked a proposal to share this wealth with all Australians when they climbed into bed with the mining companies...and that cost me just as much as it cost you. This governments got problems , but theyre far ahead of the alternatives.
Pacific Turd

Brisbane, Australia

#8 Dec 20, 2011
Abbotts ears are far too big ,and he walks like Charlie Chaplan
ross

Melbourne, Australia

#9 Dec 20, 2011
Bwano wrote:
Don't be fooled into thinking a change of government will make any difference. Weve had 2 yrs of labour...before that 10 yrs of coalition. Go do your homework on who's sold what.Most of these companies are shareholder , so it makes no difference. The coalition blocked a proposal to share this wealth with all Australians when they climbed into bed with the mining companies...and that cost me just as much as it cost you. This governments got problems , but theyre far ahead of the alternatives.
what race are you and where were your parents born?

Why do you use such an obscure name that hides your gender and your race?

Really only a member of the current labour party or a refugee would support labour now after all the damage they have done to this country in the last few decades.
ross

Melbourne, Australia

#10 Dec 20, 2011
Bwano wrote:
Don't be fooled into thinking a change of government will make any difference. Weve had 2 yrs of labour...before that 10 yrs of coalition. Go do your homework on who's sold what.Most of these companies are shareholder , so it makes no difference. The coalition blocked a proposal to share this wealth with all Australians when they climbed into bed with the mining companies...and that cost me just as much as it cost you. This governments got problems , but theyre far ahead of the alternatives.
2 years of labour? your an idiot and clueles. Labour has been in power federally since 2007 when the deceiver rudd took power and labour approved sales of australian key assets and were handed over to the Chinese communist party. So weve had 5 years of federal labour and many more years of state labour in qld, nsw and sa and now tasmania as well. look at the damage done not to mention a large influx of illegal immigrants from violent muslim countries

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