They are luring traders, marketers, risk managers away from state-owned companies with better pay and perks
Tue, Jun 14, 2016 - 5:50 AM
China's independent "teapot" refiners, so called due to their small size, could be processing by the end of this year as much as a fifth of the crude imports of the world's No 2 oil consumer.
CHINESE independent oil companies are luring traders, marketers and risk managers away from dominant state behemoths, offering better pay and perks in a hiring spree triggered by the freeing up of China's crude import trade.
Global oil firms and commodity houses have also...