Chinese premier vows tougher regulation on air pollution
from The New York Times
Premier Li Keqiang of China said on March 15 that the government was failing to satisfy public demands to stanch pollution and would impose heavier punishments to cut the toxic smog that was the subject of a popular documentary belatedly banned by censors. "This is a concern that is uppermost on all people’s minds," Li said in response to a reporter, who asked about the government's struggle to clean up the environment.
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