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China will vigorously promote public-private partnerships (PPP) in infrastructure and public services investments, said a government official on Wednesday. About 1,043 projects have been unveiled since the launch of the PPP library, with estimated investments totaling 1.97 trillion yuan ($309.24 billion), said Lian Weiliang, deputy director of the National Development   Read More ...

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JFA Successfully Promotes the Registration of Three Public Interest Litigations. On February 17th (the last working day before Chinese Spring Festival), the Lanzhou Contamination Cases were successfully registered. It has been ten months since the first time Lanzhou Veolia Water Company was sued. According to Chinese Law, the court should   Read More ...

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On 10th April, a serious tap water pollution incident occurred in the northwestern Chinese city of Lanzhou and an unexpected high level of benzene continent was found. The test result released by Lanzhou Veolia Water Company showed that the level of benzene in the tap water was 200 mg/L, 20   Read More ...

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When it is completed, it will be one of the world’s biggest feats of engineering. China’s South-North Water Diversion Project, initially a vision of Mao’s, will take water from the south of the country to the arid northern region, including the capital Beijing, which suffers from water shortages. The ambitious   Read More ...

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