China’s Industrial Pollution

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China's longest river “cancerous” with pollution

I know not all manufacturing in China is offshored formerly-American production. But still, consider this when you are looking to move production to China.

“China's longest river is “cancerous” with pollution and rapidly dying, threatening drinking water supplies in 186 cities along its banks, state media said on Tuesday.”

If any American environmentalists are bored with going after our companies here, you should probably go to China and focus on their horrible industrial pollution. That's where the real environmental problems are.

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  1. […] written before about how polluted China’s rivers are, the cost of unbridled factory growth and an unregulated […]

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