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The curious case of China’s climate credentials

There is a touch of the Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde about China’s climate credentials, with its well-documented record of burgeoning emissions and reliance on coal standing in stark contrast to its increasing influence over the supply of green technology. The interplay between China and the West in areas such as solar power and electric vehicles will be an increasingly important element of the global fracturing story.

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