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12.06.2011 18:35

Beijing Officials Mum on Air Quality Readings

A Chinese citizen filed a request asking the government to release its PM 2.5 air quality readings, but Beijing officials said they are not obligated to disclose figures on this class of particles
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(Beijing)—In the face of growing citizen concerns over Beijing's air quality, government officials are refusing to release any additional data collected from their air quality monitors.

On December 4 and 5, thick smog descended on the nation's capital, prompting Beijing officials to cancel hundreds of flights and shut down a few major highways.

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