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Enough top-performing CAPS members have recently turned bullish on China Petroleum & Chemical
Sinopec is the world's No. 2 refiner after ExxonMobil
The quick reversal of crude prices last year has the company hungry for some bargain overseas acquisitions in its exploration and production business, particularly in South America and Africa. And big offshore discoveries in Brazil by Petrobras
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