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China says 55 firms severely exceeded pollution limits in the second-quarter

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Dozens of major Chinese firms "severely exceeded" pollution limits in the second quarter of this year, the Environment Ministry said on Wednesday, as the country struggles to combat widespread air, soil and water contamination.
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