Beijing's turns the screws on water intensive industry

Beijing is facing a water crisis as its $62 billion pipeline project to divert water from the south to the north has stalled. As we reported in the June 11, 2009 LRWJ, the Chinese government was planning to urge 40 of its highest industrial and commercial consumers of water and energy to move out of...

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