A man wears a mask as Tiananmen Square is shrouded in haze after a yellow alert was issued for smog in Beijing on November 14, 2018. Photo: Reuters
Wenyuan Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Wenyuan Wu

As China’s economic growth engine slows, is its war on pollution losing steam?

  • Facing pressures such as the trade war, a global economic slowdown and a decline in domestic consumption, China’s leaders are looking to boost the economy
  • Balancing this impulse with environmental protection will be challenging

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A man wears a mask as Tiananmen Square is shrouded in haze after a yellow alert was issued for smog in Beijing on November 14, 2018. Photo: Reuters
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