Jim Kennedy's $1 billion plan to brea...

Jim Kennedy's $1 billion plan to break a Chinese monopoly

There are 2 comments on the St. Louis Business Journal story from Sep 26, 2010, titled Jim Kennedy's $1 billion plan to break a Chinese monopoly. In it, St. Louis Business Journal reports that:

Four years ago, Jim Kennedy was clearing out the dusty administrative building at his Pea Ridge iron mine in Sullivan, Mo., when he happened upon seven bankers boxes left behind by previous owners.

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Bob Burns

Kunming, China

#1 Sep 26, 2010
Govt Motors, govt banks, now govt mines. Whatever loses money, the govt is there to pour taxpayer dollars into it. Ah, socialism is so warm and cuddly. Too bad it always brings bankruptcy and dissolution
Bob Burns

Kunming, China

#2 Sep 26, 2010
Sensible solution, avoiding borrowing more money from us, we've already lent you so much, which you've squandered badly, is to send it to us for refining, and we'll send it back

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