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Can The US Cut-off China's Oil Supply During a War?

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Author : John Lucas

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  • Oil and Gas Economics and Geopolitical Implications

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Palki Sharma of Gravitas Plus discusses China's reliance on oil and her ability to sustain a war if her oil supplies were cut off. Almost 60% of China's oil imports are transported by sea. They must pass via three strategic choke points controlled by the US navy before reaching China. If war breaks out, can the US cut off China's oil supply? Palki Sharma tells you.


Author : John Lucas
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