A man wearing a face mask walks on a footbridge as buildings shrouded in haze stands in the background in Beijing, China, on Friday, Jan. 6, 2017. Toxic haze that settled over much of China during the last three weeks has triggered a flight reflex among residents, leading to the rising popularity of smog avoidance travel packages to far-flung locations such as Iceland and Antarctica. Photo: BloombergA man wearing a face mask walks on a footbridge as buildings shrouded in haze stands in the background in Beijing, China, on Friday, Jan. 6, 2017. Toxic haze that settled over much of China during the last three weeks has triggered a flight reflex among residents, leading to the rising popularity of smog avoidance travel packages to far-flung locations such as Iceland and Antarctica. Photo: Bloomberg
A man wearing a face mask walks on a footbridge as buildings shrouded in haze stands in the background in Beijing, China, on Friday, Jan. 6, 2017. Toxic haze that settled over much of China during the last three weeks has triggered a flight reflex among residents, leading to the rising popularity of smog avoidance travel packages to far-flung locations such as Iceland and Antarctica. Photo: Bloomberg

Who’s cashing in while China chokes?

Here are some of the companies and entrepreneurs seizing on the business opportunities created by China’s chronic air pollution

Topic |   Beijing air pollution
A man wearing a face mask walks on a footbridge as buildings shrouded in haze stands in the background in Beijing, China, on Friday, Jan. 6, 2017. Toxic haze that settled over much of China during the last three weeks has triggered a flight reflex among residents, leading to the rising popularity of smog avoidance travel packages to far-flung locations such as Iceland and Antarctica. Photo: BloombergA man wearing a face mask walks on a footbridge as buildings shrouded in haze stands in the background in Beijing, China, on Friday, Jan. 6, 2017. Toxic haze that settled over much of China during the last three weeks has triggered a flight reflex among residents, leading to the rising popularity of smog avoidance travel packages to far-flung locations such as Iceland and Antarctica. Photo: Bloomberg
A man wearing a face mask walks on a footbridge as buildings shrouded in haze stands in the background in Beijing, China, on Friday, Jan. 6, 2017. Toxic haze that settled over much of China during the last three weeks has triggered a flight reflex among residents, leading to the rising popularity of smog avoidance travel packages to far-flung locations such as Iceland and Antarctica. Photo: Bloomberg
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