China's annual exposure to PM2.5 pollution was 73 mg per cu. m, while India's was 32 mg per cu. m, says report
New Delhi: The quality of air in China is twice as bad as in India, a World Bank report said, adding India’s air quality is also better than that of Pakistan and Nepal. The report comes in the wake of growing alarm over air pollution in India.
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