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Forming a comprehensive energy partnership with Beijing – helping the government meet its economic, energy and environmental requirements – is the best strategy for investment in China, says Boston Consulting Group*

OVER the last decade, international energy companies have marvelled at China's economic growth. Many have developed entry strategies in an attempt to benefit from rapidly rising industrial and consumer demand, only to see the Chinese government counter with restrictive regulations. As a result, most businesses have experienced disappointing financial returns and early investors have absorbed significant losses. Investments based on a better understanding of the country's energy-policy challenges may lead to more profitable projects both for China and for its potential investors. China's rapid industrial development has created an insatiable appetite for all types of energy. To continue this

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