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The remarkable pace of China's economic growth in recent years has caused a sharp increase in the consumption and importation of petroleum. But at the same time, the country is being pressed to take appropriate action to deal with environmental problems such as serious air pollution, as well as issues of energy security in the face of soaring international oil prices. As a result, the Chinese government has launched a succession of domestic policy measures designed to promote the use of

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