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Shades of green

24 February 2015 By Katrina Hamlin

A revamped law that makes it cheaper to clean up than mess up is facing its first test in the courts. Offenders now risk unlimited fines, shut-downs and jail time. It sounds encouraging, though like many of China’s reforms, it leaves room for Beijing to pick winners and losers.

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