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Using Taxes To Save China's Environment

rmb-sign.gifOne place in particular where the market breaks down concerns the use of natural resources and the environment, particularly where some important resource is freely available. While China's record of production and gross domestic product (GDP) growth is fantastic, its record of environmental protection is not so good.

This editorial in China Daily explores the idea of using environmental taxes.

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