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"We pay great attention to international cooperation on science and technology," Wan said when asked about the possibility of China-Japan cooperation on environmental protection at a press conference on the sidelines of ongoing annual parliamentary session.
The minister‘s remarks came after hazardous smog has repeatedly blanketed the national capital and most parts of the country‘s eastern and central regions since January, raising widespread concern both at home and abroad.
Air pollution costs China combined economic losses equivalent to about 1.2 percent of its gross domestic product every year, if calculated in terms of treatment for pollution-related disease, according to a report released by Asian Development Bank in January.
Yan Aoshuang, a deputy to the 12th National People‘s Congress, China‘s top legislature, said Beijing should learn about combating air pollution from other cities around the world, as pollution has posed "severe challenges" to the country. [详细介绍]