Beijing orders shutdown of over 100 factories in smog battle

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City officials impose temporary closures on polluting factories and order almost a third of government vehicles off the road

Beijing was again shrouded in smog today, prompting a second wave of emergency measures from the city government designed to tackle the capital's crippling air pollution. State news agency Xinhua reported...

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