Chinese Environment Minister seeking to achieve zero imports of solid waste

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Chinese Environment Minister Li Ganjie
Chinese Environment Minister Li Ganjie speaking at the National Ecological Environment Protection Working Conference in Beijing
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In a speech in Beijing, Chinese Environment Minister Li Ganjie has said that one of his key priorities is to achieve zero imports of solid waste.

Speaking at the National Ecological Environment Protection Working Conference, the head of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment set out his 12 goals for 2020.

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The Chinese Environment Minister's fourth goal was to "solidly advance the war of pure land defence" and in . . .

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