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BASF and Chinese research institute cooperate further on reducing emissions

12:38 AM MDT | August 15, 2014 | Deepti Ramesh

BASF and the Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences (Craes; Beijing) are further cooperating on reducing emissions, BASF says. Craes is the top national nonprofit research institute for environmental protection under China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection (Beijing), BASF says. Under a new strategic agreement, BASF and Craes aim to tackle deteriorating air quality resulting partially from vehicle exhaust emissions, particularly in Beijing and northern China. As long-term research partners, BASF and Craes cosponsored a gasoline engine...

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