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On Friday shares of China Natural Resources Inc. (NASDAQ:CHNR) ended up at $3.58. This year Company's Earnings per Share (EPS) growth is 88.90%.
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CHINA NATURAL RESOURCES, INC. (CHNR), a company based in the People's Republic of China, announced its results of operations for the year ended December 31, 2013.
Russian Gas Won't Sate China's Massive Energy Appetite
One of the biggest being an agreement to send Russian natural gas to China. That gives Russia a ... However, buying Halliburton will provide direct exposure to Chinese unconventional resources, of which natural gas will be an increasingly important part.
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How should we project American naval power?
China's economic dynamism, and hence its political stability and geopolitical weight, depends on seaborne imports of natural resources and seaborne exports to distant markets. China, which has territorial disputes in common waters with its neighbors, ...
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Pandas Helped by Human Fertility Techniques
Pandas are notoriously difficult to reproduce in captivity; therefore, this success excited people worldwide, particularly those working in other zoos that have them on expensive loans from China. One such example are the experts at the Edinburgh Zoo ...
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3 Reasons Westport Innovations Inc. Stock Could Soar
When Westport Innovations (NASDAQ: WPRT ) debuted on the U.S. stock exchange in 2008, the market scrambled to get its hands on the shares of a company that owned a disruptive natural-gas engine technology having the potential to revolutionalize the ...
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How China sparked an Asian frenzy for killer submarines
Many of them are heavily reliant on sea shipping to import natural resources and export finished goods. Japan imports 96 percent of its energy.
Tourism Not Tuna
There is a new wave of conservation in the Pacific. Fed up with overfishing and other non-sustainable practices like shark finning, small island nations are returning to more traditional ways.
3 Reasons Union Pacific Corporation's Stock Could Rise
For decades, the railroads were considered a loser's bet in the investing world. But, oh, how the times have changed. Since the beginning of 2004, railroad stocks have absolutely crushed the broader market: The industry as a whole delivered a 23.1% ...
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CAMPAIGN WATCH: This week in the race to November
Among other stops, he toured the proposed Montanore mine expansion project in Libby and held a discussion at the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce on how regulation and federal policies affect the economy, tourism and natural resource industries.
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