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China punishes coal, steel companies for violating pollution, safety rules

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's state planner has punished hundreds of coal and steel companies by forcing them to close or cut output for violating environmental and safety regulations, the latest effort to crack down on the country's heavily polluting industries.
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