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BEIJING, May 20, China Daily - Beijing will move 300 heavy polluters out of the capital before October to reduce smog and speed up industrial reform, according to authorities.

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CHINA, May 16, China.org.cn - Although China has declared war on haze, it needs at least 15 to 20 years to win the battle, a report said.

The China Annual Report on Low-carbon Economic Development 2014, released Thursday, focuses on China's smog last year, and it estimates that China may need 20 to 30 years to drive out smog completely, based on China's economic pattern and current technology level.  

5.17 Chinas war on haze to take at least 15-20 years

Residents wearing masks walk amid smog in Shanghai on Dec.6, 2013. [Photo/CNS]

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5.16 Chinese vice premier urges improved air quality

Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli (C back) attends a conference on air pollution control in Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei as well as their surrounding areas in Beijing, capital of China, May 15, 2014. Delegates from provinces and cities of the Yangtze River Delta and Pearl River Delta also attend the conference. (Xinhua/Li Tao)

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SHIJIAZHUANG, May 14, Xinhua - Beijing, nearby Tianjin Municipality and Hebei Province have cut coal consumption, but the difference it has made to air quality indices remains to be seen.

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BEIJING, May 13, Xinhua - Chinese science authorities will prioritize smog-related research in allocating state science funds this year and next, the Ministry of Science and Technology announced on Tuesday.

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