CHINA DEMOLISHES HIGH EMISSION POWER PLANTS WITH INSTALLED CAPACITY TWO TIMES MORE THAN BRITAIN'S TOTAL

China has demolished a large number of energy-consuming and high-emission power plants with the installed capacity of 170 million kilowatts, more than double that of Britain's total, a Chinese senior official at an international climate summit said here Friday.

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