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  • Thai Group Buys $9.4 Billion Ping An Stake From HSBC Tuesday, 4 Dec 2012 | 11:12 PM ET
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    A group linked to Thailand's richest man, Dhanin Chearavanont, has bought global bank HSBC's entire stake in China's Ping An Insurance for $9.38 billion.

  • Will West Push Chinese Investors Elsewhere? Wednesday, 14 Nov 2012 | 2:15 AM ET
    Could Western Protectionism Push Chinese Investors Elsewhere?

    Jim Prentice, vice chairman at CIBC, talks to CNBC about CNOOC's planned $15-billion purchase of Canada's Nexen and whether it will be allowed to go through.

  • BG cuts production growth forecasts Wednesday, 31 Oct 2012 | 12:01 AM ET

    Shares in BG Group fell by a fifth after the FTSE 100 oil and gas group cut its production forecast for this year and next. The company attributed the slide in the production outlook to a series of deferrals or delays on projects in the North Sea, USA, Egypt and Brazil.

  • Nexen says it expects CNOOC approval this year Thursday, 25 Oct 2012 | 11:02 AM ET

    CALGARY, Alberta-- Canadian oil and gas producer Nexen says it continues to expect the $15.1 billion takeover of the company by Chinese state-owned CNOOC to be completed by the end of the year. It would be China's biggest overseas energy acquisition.

  • Canada Open to Foreign Investment? Sunday, 21 Oct 2012 | 8:20 PM ET
    Canada Open to Foreign Investment

    Neil Beveridge, Senior Oil Analyst, Sanford C. Bernstein discusses Canada's openness to foreign investment after the government rejects Petronas' bid for Progress Energy.

  • Canada blocks Petronas' bid for Progress Energy Saturday, 20 Oct 2012 | 12:48 AM ET

    TORONTO-- Canada has blocked the Malaysian state-owned oil firm Petronas' US $5.2 billion bid for gas producer Progress Energy Resources, saying the proposed investment would not provide a net benefit to Canada. "Canada has a long-standing reputation for welcoming foreign investment.

  • *Harper says wants growing relationship with China. DAKAR, Oct 12- Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Friday that his country wants a growing relationship with China, but that its investments must be scrutinized from a national security perspective.

  • DAKAR, Oct 12- Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Friday that his country wants a growing relationship with China, but that its investments must be scrutinized from a national security perspective.

  • PRESS DIGEST-Canada-Oct 12 Friday, 12 Oct 2012 | 5:53 AM ET

    The country's new government says its approach will be non-interference in Quebec's affairs, and gave no sign it will laud unity. The former French president Nicolas Sarkozy had broken with tradition by taking sides in the Canadian national unity debate, suggesting that Quebec sovereigntists are an insular movement that is sowing division.

  • HONG KONG, Oct 12- Hong Kong shares are set for a slightly higher open on Friday that will lift them into positive territory for the week as hopes of more steps from China to support its domestic stock markets lure investors back into the market.

  • *Canada has until Nov. 11 to decide fate of CNOOC bid. OTTAWA, Oct 11- Canada said it needs more time to complete its review of a $15.1 billion Chinese bid to take over oil and gas explorer Nexen Inc, a deal that has raised fears about opening the Canadian energy sector to the Asian power's state-owned companies.

  • Canada minister: CNOOC bid being reviewed for security Thursday, 11 Oct 2012 | 1:51 PM ET

    CALGARY, Alberta, Oct 11- A Canadian government review of the $15.1 billion Chinese bid for Nexen Inc will take security concerns into consideration in addition to a broader economic analysis of the transaction, Public Safety Minister Vic Toews said on Thursday.

  • OTTAWA, Oct 11- Canada said it needs more time to complete its review of China's CNOOC Ltd $15.1 billion bid to take over Nexen Inc, a deal that has raised fears about opening the Canadian energy sector to China's state-owned companies.

  • TORONTO, Oct 11- Canada extended its review of a Chinese state-owned company's $15.1 billion bid for Canadian energy producer Nexen Inc by 30 days on Thursday, giving the government more time to consider the merits of CNOOC Ltd's controversial proposal.

  • Canada extends review of Chinese takeover of Nexen Thursday, 11 Oct 2012 | 11:04 AM ET

    TORONTO-- The Canadian government announced Thursday it is extending its review period for the proposed $15.1 billion takeover of Nexen Inc. by Chinese state-owned CNOOC as it needed more time to conduct a "thorough" review of the deal _ China's biggest overseas energy acquisition.

  • Canada extends review of CNOOC-Nexen deal by 30 days Thursday, 11 Oct 2012 | 9:35 AM ET

    TORONTO, Oct 10- Canada said on Thursday it has extended its review of a $15.1 billion bid by China's CNOOC Ltd. "I can confirm that the review period for China National Offshore Oil Corp's proposed acquisition of Nexen Inc. under the Investment Canada Act has been extended by 30 days," Christian Paradis, Canada's industry minister, said in a statement.

  • *Minister Paradis confirms extension of review period under the investment. *Canada Minister Of Industry-confirms review period for CNOOC's proposed. *Canada Minister Of Industry-the proposed transaction is undergoing a rigorous.

  • PRESS DIGEST-Canada-Oct 11 Thursday, 11 Oct 2012 | 6:04 AM ET

    *A Canadian naval intelligence officer pleaded guilty to spying for Russia, a public admission of an embarrassing espionage scandal that has damaged Canada's reputation among allies and will likely reverberate for years.

  • OTTAWA, Oct 10- Canada should allow China's state-owned CNOOC Ltd to buy Canadian oil company Nexen Inc, a former central bank chief said on Wednesday, brushing aside arguments that oil is a "strategic" resource off-limits to foreigners.

  • OTTAWA, Oct 9- Canada indicated strongly on Tuesday it would exclude Chinese telecom equipment giant Huawei Technologies Co Ltd from helping to build a secure Canadian government communications network because of possible security risks.