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China seek to expand int'l cooperation in conserving energy
www.chinaview.cn 2005-06-26 19:59:26

    Beijing June 26 -- An official with China's National Development and Reform Commission says China will seek to expand international cooperation in the energy conservation sector.

    Zhang Xiaoqiang, speaking at an International Conference in Beijing, says that China will continue to import equipment and technology with high efficiency of energy use and low emission of pollutants.

    The country will also expand on foreign countries' expertise, encouraging foreign investment in China's development of new and renewable energy sources.

    The official notes China will strictly limit relocations of industries with high energy consumption and heavy pollution from abroad, while enhancing cooperation with the United Nations, the World Bank and other countries in energy conservation.

    (Source: CRIENGLISH.com)

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