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China’s New Anti-Monopoly Law is Anti-Competitive Works Cited:
1. “China Adopts Anti-Monopoly Law.” China Daily. 30 Aug. 2007. 13 Sept. 2007 <http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2007-08/30/
content_6069209.htm>.
2. For a detailed discussion, see Jensen, Michael C. “Takeovers: Their Causes and Consequences.” The Journal of Economic Perspectives.
2.1(Winter, 1988): 21-48.
3. “China Adopts Anti-Monopoly Law.”
4. Ibid.

Mongolia’s Oyu Tolgoi Mine: Steppes toward an Economic El Dorado Works Cited:
1. “Mongolia - Country Brief.” World Bank. 8 Sept. 2007 <http://go.worldbank.org/0963A7J6S0>.
2. “Minerals Law of Mongolia, Chapter 1, Article 5.” Government of Mongolia. 3 Sept. 2007 http://www.miningmongolia.mn/index.php?
page=60&info_id=6&PHPSESSID=6df454b978a9a20eaf9a798ab
3. “Rapidly Expanding Minerals.” Invest Mongolia. Investment and Foreign Trade Agency of Mongolia (FIFTA). 9 Sept. 2007 <http://
www.investmongolia.com/index.php?sel=menu&mnl=5_2>.
4. “Oyu Tolgoi Fact File: June 2007.” Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. - Oyu Tolgoi (Copper - Gold). 3 Sept. 2007 <http://www.ivanhoe-mines.com/i/misc/
OTFact.pdf>.
5. Ibid.
6. Id. at 3
7. “Mongolia.” CIA World Factbook. 6 Sept. 2007. U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. 9 Sept. 2007 <https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/
the-world-factbook/geos/mg.html>.
8. Ibid.
9. Fitzgerald, Barry. “Rio Tinto Beefs Up Pressure on Mongolia.” Business Day. 12 Sept. 2007. The Age. 12 Sept. 2007 <http://
www.theage.com.au/news/business/rio-tinto-beefs-up-pressure-on-mongolia/2007/09/12/1189276809271.html>.
10. Jackson, Gustav. “The Cyanide Spill Continues.” Saxakali Magazine V2N2. Environmental Issues. 3 Sept. 2007 <http://saxakali.com/
saxakali-magazine/saxmag3e1.htm>.
11. “Anniversary of Kumtor Accident Highlights Extractive Industry Problems Ahead of World Bank’S Extract.” Mining Campaign. 21 May
2002. Probe International. 9 Sept. 2007 <http://www.eprf.ca/pi/mining/index.cfm?DSP=content&ContentID=4861>.
12. “Mongolia.” CIA World Factbook. 6 Sept. 2007. U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. 9 Sept. 2007 <https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/
the-world-factbook/geos/mg.html>.

China’s 21st Century Challenge: Securing Energy in Asia Works Cited:
1. Chow, Gregory C. China’s Economic Transformation. United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishing, 2002. 103.
2. Sutter, Robert G. China’s Rise in Asia: Promises and Perils. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2005. 259.
3. Chambers, Michael R. “Rising China: The Search for Power and Plenty.” Strategic Asia 2006-07: Trade, Interdependence, and Security.
Eds. Ashley J. Tellis and Michael Willis. Seattle: National Bureau of Asian Research, 2006. 73.
4. Ibid.
5. Wilson, Jeanne L. Strategic Partners: Russian-Chinese Relations in the Post-Soviet Era. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2004. 88.
6. Itoh, Shoichi. “The Pacific Pipeline at a Crossroads: Dream Project or Pipe Dream?” ERINA Report, 2006. 1
7. Wilson, 89.
8. Itoh, 3.
9. “China Starts Work on Kazakhstan-China Oil Pipeline.” People’s Daily Online. 25 Mar. 2005. 8 Aug. 2007.

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