WHO Chief: Air Pollution `Top Priority' for China

WHO Chief: Air Pollution `Top Priority' for China Play

March 25 (Bloomberg) -- Margaret Chan, director-general of the World Health Organization, the United Nation's health agency, talks about the emergence of new diseases, the H7N9 avian flu which has been seen in Hong Kong and areas of China, and air pollution in the world's second-largest economy. She spoke yesterday on the sidelines of Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference in Hong Kong with Bloomberg Television's Angie Lau. (Source: Bloomberg)

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