China’s Sinopec mulls sale of $1-billion Argentina assets

China’s Sinopec is considering selling $1-billion worth of assets in Argentina, due to labor disputes and losses in its oil and gas operations. There could be more than 15 potential suitors for Sinopec’s assets, according to sources. They include Angola’s state oil firm Sonangol, Russia’s Rosneft, Mexico’s Vista Oil & Gas and Argentina’s holding group Corporacion America. Oil Price reports. The most attractive markets in Latin America in the next five years The Florida International Bankers Association, FIBA, is ready to host the annual Latin America Trade and Economic Forum, which brings together multinational corporations, banks, importers and exporters to exchange ideas, share their outlook and discuss current market conditions to help manage and expand their business with Latin America. […]

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