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At a Glance
    2018-06-19  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Drugs seized

POLICE in Southwest China’s Yunnan Province caught two Myanmar suspects for trafficking 47 kg of methamphetamine into China, according to a local police notification yesterday.

The police in Shidian County, Baoshan City, received information in late May that drug dealers were planning to transport drugs from Myanmar into Central China’s Hunan Province via Yunnan.

Solid waste imports

CHINA’S imports of solid waste dropped significantly in the first quarter of this year as the government stepped up enforcement of a ban on solid waste imports.

There was a 57-percent year-on-year decline in the amount of solid waste imports in the first three months, and 64 percent for restricted categories, according to the Ministry of Ecology and Environment. The figures increased from 9.2 percent and 12 percent last year, respectively.

The ministry said it will step up scrutiny over import licenses and crack down on violations of environmental protection laws by waste processing factories, striving to maintain the downturn in waste imports.

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