China will open up its oil and gas exploration and production sector to private and foreign companies, offering further details of a policy that will help assuage concerns over access to the industry ahead of signing of a phase one trade deal with the US next week.
Companies with net assets of at least 300 million yuan ($43 million) are eligible for permits, China's Ministry of Natural Resources said at a news briefing on . . .
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