China banks on tighter emissions standards and CCS to cut emissions

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Country's enormous coal power sector must reduce noxious gas output from January 2012 as spending on carbon capture increases

China is stepping up its battle to contain spiralling emissions by tightening air-quality standards for thermal power plants, and accelerating steps to develop a domestic carbon capture and storage industry....

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