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With more foreign aid and investment, China can impose a stricter target to slow the growth in its greenhouse gas emissions, said Nobuo Tanaka, executive director of the International Energy Agency.

“Based on our analysis, projects currently planned in China, such as energy conservation and the introduction of more renewable energy, would slash the country’s carbon intensity by 47 percent,” the head of the Paris-based energy research organization said in an interview.

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