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China, biggest polluter, now shifting to greener energy

Coal still makes up the largest part of China’s energy consumption, but Beijing has been shutting coal mines and set out plans last year to cut roughly 1.3 million jobs in the industry. The Chinese government has also moved to restrict the construction of new coal power plants.

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The physical infrastructure of a certain locality such as roads, bridges, airports and seaports are important instruments to advance local development. Such facilities serve as channels through which the much-needed products, services, resources and information are brought to communities in order to speed up and improve the lives of local residents.

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A MASSIVE iceberg, said to be as large as the United States state of Delaware split off from Antarctica’s Larsen C Shelf in the South Pole early this month. The iceberg is said to have an area of about 5,800 square kilometers – bigger than our Cebu island – and weighs over a trillion tons.

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WE welcome the very positive assessments of various international institutions on prospects for the Philippine economy this year and the next.

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Davao City may embark on a High Priority Bus System (HPBS) that will address the need of the city for a mass transport system amid a growing population here.

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After years spent languishing behind its neighbors, the Philippines is finally catching up with its fellow Asian tiger economies as it posts some of the fastest growth rates in the world.

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