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DUG Canada 2013: Asian Capital, Canadian Resources Join In Partnership

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March 4, 2013

Since December 2010, Canadian firms have team up for at least C$8 billion worth of joint ventures, many to develop unconventional resource plays.

The costs of doing business are higher. The natural gas market is stunted. And reliable U.S. investment has died down.

But Asian investment is heating up, panelists said at a DUG Canada 2013 ...

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