The problem of the mining rights of the Kailuan Coal Mines was never simply one of who owned the property and rights. From 1900–1 when the British forcibly occupied the Kaiping Coal Mines up to 1912 when they went on to annex the Luanzhou Coal Mines amd amalgamate them with Kaiping, the Chinese Government never formally recognised British control. Later it was stated in the agreement between the British Chinese Engineering and Mining Company (CEMC), which operated the Kaiping mines, and the Chinese Luanzhou Mining Company that the Kailuan Coal Mines remained ‘jointly managed’ by the British and the Chinese sides.
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- British Capital and the Management of the Kailuan Coal Mines
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