Can Beijing's Air Pollution Get Any Worse?

Feb. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Beijing's notorious air quality has reached hazardous levels for a sixth consecutive day - just one week before the city hosts the National People's Congress. The government admits pollution is the number one cause of popular complaint and the issue may dominate discussions at the meeting. Bloomberg's China correspondent Stephen Engle reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

G-7 Said Considering Condensed Communique
17:37 - World leaders gathered at the Group of Seven meeting are said to be preparing to sign off on a statement that would be substantially pared-down from previous years. Bloomberg's Andrew Barden reports on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close." (Source: Bloomberg)
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