High Pollution Drives China’s City Dwellers Out

March 13 (Bloomberg) –- China’s annual parliament session concludes today, after a week of policy debate. Among the leading topics – pollution, and what the government can do about it. However, many city dwellers are tired of waiting. As Bloomberg’s Stephen Engle reports, many are simply moving out. (Source: Bloomberg)

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