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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - California'S Unocal
China's bid for a bigger stake in the booming tar sands oil fields of Canada has some American lawmakers flustered, but the deal is likely to be approved anyway by Canadian officials fed up with Washington's delays on the stalled Keystone XL pipeline.
A top Chinese oil company is confident its proposed $15.1 billion purchase of Nexen, a Canadian firm, won't turn into another awkward Unocal debacle, which is still ever-so fresh in their memory.