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China's new water regulations to increase costs


China's new water regulations to increase costs

Report summary

 With attention now turning to water, the government is expanding the scope of the 'war on pollution'. For energy companies, these policies are expected to have an impact on the cost of energy production and hence the competitiveness of Chinese output versus imported supply. 

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