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China given government 'green-light' to buy South African oil-refinery

The South African government has announced an agreement on the potential acquisition of control of Chevron South Africa by Chinese company Sinopec. 

According to Times Live the government said Sinopec - one of China's largest state-owned companies - has undertaken to invest R6 billion in South Africa to upgrade and modernise the Cape Town-based oil refinery owned by Chevron South Africa‚ a subsidiary of US company Chevron‚ if it succeeds in its bid to acquire control of Chevron South Africa‚ and to use South Africa as its base to expand its African refining and downstream businesses. Chevron's South African assets include an oil-refinery in Cape Town with a name-plate capacity of 100‚000 barrels a day‚ a lubricants blending plant in Durban‚ storage tanks and distribution facilities as well as about 850 fuel service stations trading under the Caltex brand.