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China begins emergency anti-pollution plan

China begins emergency anti-pollution plan

Chinese officials announced an emergency plan to deal with Beijing's persistent pollution problem, as thousands of world-class athletes head toward the country for the start of the Olympic Games. The plan includes a complete halt to all construction projects and further reduction of the number of vehicles on the streets at any one time. full story
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