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China's Retailers Extend Environmental Protection
(Nov 03, 2011) A green book on environmental protection to foster sustainable growth in the retailing industry has been issued by the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) in China in this November, extending environmental protecting work to upstream and downstream industries. The phenomenon that more retailing companies in China are developing environmental protection, and ...
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Agricultural Bank of China Doubles International Trade Finance
(Nov 02, 2011) Agricultural Bank of China (AB China) has seen international trade finance quickly rising to a value of US$72.4 billion so far this year thanks to a number of effective measures. AB China has announced that from January to September 2011, it did international trade financing business of US$72.4 billion, representing ...
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Guangdong's Carbon Reduction Plan from Paper to Act
(Nov 02, 2011) The Guangdong provincial government will provide a special development fund of RMB30 million each year starting from 2011 to finance environmental protection and carbon reduction work, and will complete drafting a 12th Five-year low carbon industry development plan. Guangdong will be one of the five leading provinces to trial run ...
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Chinese Government Gives RMB4.4Bn to Treat Pollution
(Oct 31, 2011) Another effort to sustain environmental protection for long-term balanced growth has been made lately as the central Chinese government has dispatched over RMB4 billion to infrastructure construction that treats polluted rivers, sewage and wastes in towns and cities. Just for the fiscal year of 2011, the Ministry of Finance (MOF) ...
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Shanghai Launches Biggest Dry-incineration Sludge Treatment Projects
(Oct 31, 2011) Shanghai has kick started the construction of Zhuyuan Sludge Treatment Project which is the biggest sludge drying incineration project in China, and has put the Bailong Port Sludge Treatment Project into operation, cleaning the city from the bottom up. The Zhuyuan and Bailong Sludge Treatment Projects are the fourth-phase sewage ...
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China's Food Giants Build Edible Oil Bases in Tianjin
(Oct 27, 2011) China Grain Reserves Oil Company and Beijing Grain Group will jointly build an edible oil processing and storage base in Tianjin's Lingang at a total investment of RMB1.5 billion. The two companies will form two joint venture companies for the processing and storage of soybean and edible oil. The first ...
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ABC Financial Leasing Continues to Back Food Giants
(Oct 26, 2011) Agricultural Bank of China (ABC) Financial Leasing has signed strategic alliance agreements with four major agricultural production and foodstuff trading companies in China, financing their purchasing of equipment and expansion of production capacity. ABC Financial Leasing will finance the purchasing of jet planes and training machinery, and agricultural product processing ...
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Heilongjiang Forms Energy Measurement Centre
(Oct 25, 2011) Heilongjiang province in northeast China has set up the National City Energy Measurement Centre that aims to measure, collect and analyze energy data for the formulation of policies to support environmental protection and carbon reduction work during the 12th Five-year Plan (2011-2015). The centre is approved by the General Administration ...
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Chinese Engineering Firms Gain World Recognition
(Oct 24, 2011) Chinese construction, engineering and consultation companies are gaining world recognition and 21 of them have become the industry's top 200. According to McGraw-Hill Construction's Engineering News-Record (ENR), among the 21 Chinese companies named in 2010, 19 were mainland Chinese-based and two, P&T Hong Kong Construction Engineering Co. and Wong Tung ...
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Chinese Scientists Go Deep To Find Geological Data
(Oct 24, 2011) Chinese scientists have started the country's biggest or deepest geological survey in history, aiming to obtain data and information to support work in prevention of natural hazards, scientific studies of the earth, and protection of natural resources. From seven geological surveying sites in China including Luobusha in the Himalayan region, ...
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