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Unfriendly fire

28 April 2015 By John Foley

A mooted $569 bln merger between Sinopec and PetroChina looks a step back for reform and efficiency. But competition between state-backed firms isn’t always helpful. A more demanding shareholder, pricing power and superior regulators could be better spurs to improve performance. 

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