November 30, 2012

China's Oil Quest Comes to Iraq

J. Michael Cole, The Diplomat

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While China's oil dealings with countries like Iran and Sudan receive global attention, its budding relationship with Iraq may turn out to be the most important.

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TAGGED: Middle East, oil, Iraq, China

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