I don't see what everyone is so worked up about. Controlling the ebb and flow of natural resources and manipulation of the markets for those resources is a major part of the economy for any country that has desirable natural resources. If you're reading this then your government is doing no differently than China. Don't like the prices (country) gives you for (resource)? You come off your prices for (resource) and we'll work something out. 'What's that you say? You don't have any control of those prices? In that case, fuck off. Come back when you'll do to the businesses of your countrymen what you want us to do to ours'.
It's cool like that. You get to decide how much you like, or dislike someone. For those who don't know the details of how that works please see 'Installing a dictator for fun and profit: Iran' occasionally you'll find academic versions called '40 years in pursuit of Democracy - A step by step guide to destroying a Democratic nation and paving the way for takeover by religious fundamentalists'.
The Canadians even get in on the action. Sandpaper (really), diamonds, oil, oh so soft gloves made from baby seals, maple syrup (really), water, electricity, dimensional lumber, engineered wood construction materials, isotopes for medical equipment, Tim Hortons, etc... If the Canadians are cool with manipulating global commodities pricing the you can rest assured knowing it's not viewed as 'evil capitalism'.
Here in the US we do it with all kinds of stuff: Tritium, Helium, 128oz sodas (with $1 refills), bourbon, Tennessee Whiskey, corn, cotton, flax, peanuts, peanut based products, GMO 'stuff', rough cut hardwoods, pecans, almonds, raisins, etc.
In merry England the practice goes back centuries. Hello Mr Chinaman. Have you and our kids had any opium today? No!?!? Soldier, execute this man. Coal, the letter 'u', they tried trees for a while, but burned them all, tea, salt, wretched TV shows (some good ones as well), tobacco, ships, etc. In what must be the biggest bunch of shit politics and class warfare, the asshats in Sheffield single handedly made places like Pittsburgh, PA extremely wealthy and provided the opportunity for people like me to exist (thanks) by being greedy. The Sheffield steel industry is, without a doubt, the most corrupt and useless bunch of dicks on Earth. I wouldn't buy anything from a warehouse in Sheffield if they were paying me $1M per ton to do it. Fuck you Sheffield.
Arguably, the manipulation of resources and markets in these ways is good for everyone. Those same clowns in Sheffield made the search for affordable aluminum a global technology race and that worked out well. The capstone on our Washington Monument is aluminum and at the time it was considered decadent, wasteful and distasteful and now even the worst beers come in aluminum cans.
If you're really upset by 'unfair pricing' put an army together and let's get to work. You do know that's what armies are for right? Capturing 'land' is a stupid thing. Capturing the stuff in the land is what it has always been about. Everything you want is right there, and it's free too! Go get it. Alternatively, just suck it up and know that this is the nature of the world. Your turn will come back up and I can absofuckingloutely guarantee nobody will be bitching when it's their turn again.