Executive of China's biggest oil company, CNPC, under investigation for discipline violations
BEIJING, China - The Chinese government says a vice-president of the country's biggest oil company, state-owned CNPC, is being investigated for unspecified "severe violations of discipline."
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#1 Aug 26, 2013
Shows us that China is serious about cracking down on corruption.
#2 Aug 26, 2013
Hmmm..onto oil company now, cnooc and sinopec next I think. Few years ago almost got into a deal with them, but pull out, didn't feel right. Not only on Chinese side, but the other side was even worse. At least the Chinese side was damn scared of being seen to be inappropriate. Oil industry, they are all the same.
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