Star Cable, supplier to China's CNPC, says unable to contact top executives
The travails of companies working for oil giant PetroChina and its parent China National Petroleum Corp took another twist on Wednesday when one supplier said it had been unable to contact three executives, including its chairman, since they disappeared weeks ago.
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#1 Sep 25, 2013
They have probably been shot by now in the factional war continuing in the Chinese Communist Party.
Many executives of the bogus and parasitical State Owned Enterprises are members of the Jiang Zhemin Faction, I hear.
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