“China’s quest to clear up notoriously polluted skies in time for opening ceremonies of the Olympic Games this week has been marked by gargantuan effort,” reported the A.P. And, with blue skies overhead, an environmental official said on Sunday that China is likely to continue monitoring ozone and pollution next year as part of efforts to keep anti-pollution campaigns in force after the Olympics.
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