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    China and Japan agreed on Saturday to join hands on 51 projects in energy conservation and environment protection, Xinhua reported.

    China and Japan agreed on Saturday to join hands on 51 projects in energy conservation and environment protection, Xinhua reported.

    The projects include energy-saving standards, enhancement of thermal power efficiency, standardization of semiconductor lighting, sea water desalination and other related subjects.

    China's huge market and Japan's world-leading technologies in the sector will create huge room for cooperation, which means a lot to both countries in combating climate change, National Development and Reform Commission head Zhang Ping said.

    Japan is willing to contribute more to assist China on energy and environment issues, Japanese Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Yukio Edano said.

     

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