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China looks to be 'winning its war against pollution'

Beijing cut its air pollution by 35 percent and, if this is sustained, 20 million residents in Beijing would live 3.3 years longer. Image: REUTERS/Thomas Peter

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Years of life saved per person Image: China National Environmental Monitoring Center

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