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Japanese Mega Bank SMBC help Chinese companies to cut emissions

The Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) one of Japan’s top mega Bank will assist Chinese companies facing tougher pollution measures by helping them procure natural-gas-fired boilers and other environmentally friendly equipment. The Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group unit will sign an…
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Japan to cut emissions to meet Paris climate accord

The Government of Japan will set numerical targets for supermarkets and shopping centers to promote energy efficiency and fulfill its commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions under the Paris climate accord. Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) led…
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CO2 emissions fell to six years low in Japan

Japan’s greenhouse gas emissions fell 0.2 percent to a six-year low in the financial year that ended last March, government figures showed on Tuesday, amid growing use of renewable energy and the gradual return of nuclear power. Emissions in the…
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Singapore announce new rules for car emissions

The National Environment Agency (NEA) in Singapore has announced a new emission scheme that takes into account five pollutants a car produces, the Agency said some models will be exempted from one of the pollutant regulations. The National Environment Agency…
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Indian Supreme Court Bans Bad Emission Vehicles

The Indian Supreme Court has ordered to ban the sale of vehicles with BSIII emission standards which is India’s own Standard for vehicles, as some Indian cities are ranked regularly among the dirtiest air in the world, that causing breathing…
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China to introduce most strict vehicle emissions law

The Government of China has decided to introduce the most strict emission law for vehicles to reduce pollution more than 50% per year basis. By the regulation, all Chinese and overseas automobile manufacturers will compulsory introduce the minimum emission technologies…
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