Interview 1319 – James Corbett on the Rise of the Petroyuan

by | Nov 9, 2017 | Interviews | 1 comment

James Corbett appears twice a month on Radio to discuss economics, finance and geopolitics. This time, they talk about China’s state-owned oil companies make a bid for a stake in Saudi Aramco. Is this the end of the petrodollar and the rise of the petroyuan? Also, what did Trump and Abe discuss during their recent meeting, and what is Putin proposing at APEC?

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  1. I like seeing James Corbett on a variety of different venues with exposure to different types of audiences.

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