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Sarasota, FL, United States, 2007/06/06 - StockInterview debuts its new publication, “Investing in China’s Energy Crisis”.
An 18-month investigation by StockInterview’s research team has led to a significant conclusion: China has an energy crisis of epic proportions.
In fact, China’s energy crisis is downright frightening.
China’s steel industry is growing at a level not seen since the European and North American industrialization era of 1875-1900 and far greater than the post-war reconstruction of 1950 – 1970. For example, China is producing 34 percent of the world’s steel production.
China’s cities are being built at an unimaginable rate. About 3,000 new automobiles are hitting the streets every day.
China consumes 44 percent of the world’s iron ore mined, 25 percent of the world’s aluminum and 20 percent of the world’s copper production.
For this massive production, China needs energy. Yet in January, the country began importing coal for the first time in its history. It is also the world’s largest producer and consumer of coal.
With every new energy discovery, the find is immediately earmarked for new production facilities. The natural gas from a recent discovery of 3.8 trillion cubic meters in northeastern Sichuan Province was instantly assigned to continue fueling new and existing smelters!
From where will China secure its reliable energy sources to supply this growth?
Top money managers such as Warren Buffet and Eric Sprott have already invested in companies featured in this StockInterview’s new publication, “Investing in China’s Energy Crisis.” Hedge funds such as SAC Capital, Citadel Associates and Renaissance Technologies own shares in another company which is trying to help China overcome its energy crisis.
To satisfy StockInterview’s globally diversified readership, we included large cap, mid cap and small cap companies listed on the North American, European, Australian and Hong Kong stock exchanges in the new publication, “Investing in China’s Energy Crisis.”
StockInterview is providing free sample pages to its latest publication, “Investing in China’s Energy Crisis.” These may be reviewed at no charge by visiting: bookstore.stockinterview.com
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