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ENVIRONMENT | Staff Reporter, China

China investigates former head of firm assigned to clean Beijing air

"Severe violations" are being probed.

According to Bloomberg, China is investigating Lu Haijun, the former chairman of a company designated to help clean up record-breaking air pollution in the country’s capital, along with other leading cities.

"Lu is the former chairman of state-owned Beijing Energy Investment Holding Co., which invests and finances electric power construction for the city. He is suspected of “severe violations” of discipline, according to a statement on the website of the Chinese Communist Party’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection posted Friday," Bloomberg reported.

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