Caspian crude

9 September 2013 By Kevin Allison

Buying into the Kashagan oilfield gives China’s national oil producer access to one of the world’s last great finds. The $5 bln cost of the stake – plus $3 bln to help Kazakhstan fund a tricky expansion – shows that, for China, resources are still scarcer than capital.

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