A Tangsteel rolling mill in Laoting, in northern Hebei province. Small and medium-sized firms generate a large portion of China’s carbon emissions but lack the necessary support to make the green transition, potentially holding back hopes of achieving China’s carbon neutrality goal. Photo: Xinhua
A Tangsteel rolling mill in Laoting, in northern Hebei province. Small and medium-sized firms generate a large portion of China’s carbon emissions but lack the necessary support to make the green transition, potentially holding back hopes of achieving China’s carbon neutrality goal. Photo: Xinhua

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A Tangsteel rolling mill in Laoting, in northern Hebei province. Small and medium-sized firms generate a large portion of China’s carbon emissions but lack the necessary support to make the green transition, potentially holding back hopes of achieving China’s carbon neutrality goal. Photo: Xinhua
A Tangsteel rolling mill in Laoting, in northern Hebei province. Small and medium-sized firms generate a large portion of China’s carbon emissions but lack the necessary support to make the green transition, potentially holding back hopes of achieving China’s carbon neutrality goal. Photo: Xinhua
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