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Hong Kong, CHINA:  A pedestrian covers her face with a tissue as she waits to cross a busy street in Hong Kong, 27 August 2006. Worsening pollution will sharply reduce Hong Kong's appeal to foreign investors, and most business leaders know people who are thinking of escaping the city due to the dirty air, a survey said 27 August. Nearly 80 percent of the 140 top executives polled felt Hong Kong's allure is falling, with four out of five knowing professionals who have considered leaving or have already left due to the air quality.    AFP PHOTO/TED ALJIBE  (Photo credit should read TED ALJIBE/AFP/Getty Images)
Hong Kong, CHINA:  A pedestrian covers her face with a tissue as she waits to cross a busy street in Hong Kong, 27 August 2006. Worsening pollution will sharply reduce Hong Kong's appeal to foreign investors, and most business leaders know people who are thinking of escaping the city due to the dirty air, a survey said 27 August. Nearly 80 percent of the 140 top executives polled felt Hong Kong's allure is falling, with four out of five knowing professionals who have considered leaving or have already left due to the air quality.    AFP PHOTO/TED ALJIBE  (Photo credit should read TED ALJIBE/AFP/Getty Images)

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China making small gains in its 'war on pollution'

A new report from China's Ministry of Environmental Protection shows the country is making progress with efforts to curb pollution, but large portions of the country still suffer from poor air quality.