BEIJING, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Pollution in China's vast countryside is threatening health, water and farmland, the government said on Wednesday, vowing to stop toxic industries shifting pollution to rural areas. The top environmental official also told a newspaper that big polluters would be barred from stock listings. China's cities have been the focus of official efforts to clean factory smoke and car exhaust from often smoggy skies. But as richer areas have set stricter controls, ...
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