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China premier-designate says pollution solution "long-term process"

Tue, 01/15/2013 - 11:25am
Reuters

BEIJING (Reuters) - Days after choking smog blanketed China's capital, the country's premier-designate added his voice to appeals to curb the toxic haze, but he offered few specifics and said there was no quick fix.

The comments from Vice Premier Li Keqiang, who is expected to take over as premier at a national congress in March, marked the first time a member of the ruling Communist Party's seven-member Politburo Standing Committee has addressed the pollution levels that reached record levels during the weekend.

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