The Circular Economy: A New Development Strategy in China

@article{Yuan2006TheCE,
  title={The Circular Economy: A New Development Strategy in China},
  author={Zengwei Yuan and Jun Bi and Yuichi Moriguichi},
  journal={Journal of Industrial Ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={10}
}
Activities over the past several years, however, clearly show that CE is emerging as an economic strategy rather than a purely environmental strategy. The major objective of the government is to promote the sustainable development of economy and society, while it also helps to achieve sustainable environmental protection. powers, increasing the wealth of the population and providing employment and business opportunities. The rapid economic growth, however, has engendered serious natural… 

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