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China reduces emissions to the atmosphere

Despite the fact that China has made great efforts to reduce air emissions and energy consumption, the country continues to face serious challenges generated by the development model and the lack of necessary technologies, the main planning agency said.

"Some districts and institutions have paid great attention to this issue, but the development model is still more extensive than intensive. In addition, we need a stronger political mechanism," said Xu Shaoshi, head of the State Committee for Development and Reform in his report.

According to Xu Shaoshi, in 2013, compared to 2012, the energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions per unit of GDP decreased by 9,03 percent and 10,68 percent, respectively, but these figures are still far from the set targets.

The 12 five-year plan / 2011 - 2015 / recorded that emissions to the atmosphere and energy consumption per unit of GDP should decrease by 10 percent and 16 percent, respectively.

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