Smoke billows from factories in northern China’s Hebei province. Beijing’s push to reduce pollution could cut economic growth by 0.25 percentage points in the next six months, Paris-based Societe Generale said. Photo: Simon Song Smoke billows from factories in northern China’s Hebei province. Beijing’s push to reduce pollution could cut economic growth by 0.25 percentage points in the next six months, Paris-based Societe Generale said. Photo: Simon Song
Smoke billows from factories in northern China’s Hebei province. Beijing’s push to reduce pollution could cut economic growth by 0.25 percentage points in the next six months, Paris-based Societe Generale said. Photo: Simon Song
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Smoke billows from factories in northern China’s Hebei province. Beijing’s push to reduce pollution could cut economic growth by 0.25 percentage points in the next six months, Paris-based Societe Generale said. Photo: Simon Song Smoke billows from factories in northern China’s Hebei province. Beijing’s push to reduce pollution could cut economic growth by 0.25 percentage points in the next six months, Paris-based Societe Generale said. Photo: Simon Song
Smoke billows from factories in northern China’s Hebei province. Beijing’s push to reduce pollution could cut economic growth by 0.25 percentage points in the next six months, Paris-based Societe Generale said. Photo: Simon Song
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