Caging China's oil tigers

A PURGE of key executives at China's state run oil and gas companies as part of an anti-corruption drive may hold the promise of getting the house in order. More importantly, it could potentially lend the Chinese oil oligopolies to increased Washington scrutiny. By Gomati Jagadeesan

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The latest to be caught in the Communist leadership's anti-corruption dragnet is Jiang Jiemin, the head of the state-owned Supervision and Administration Commission, who is under investigation for

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