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China to cut mercury in fluorescent lamps

Feb 26 2013, 9:17am CST | by

Beijing, Feb 26 (IANS) The mercury density of compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) will be reduced by 80 percent by 2015 in comparison to 2010 in China.

Beijing, Feb 26 — The mercury density of compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) will be reduced by 80 percent by 2015 in comparison to 2010 in China. Mercury content will be cut to less than 1 mg in more...

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China to cut mercury in fluorescent lamps

Feb 26 2013, 9:17am CST | by

Beijing, Feb 26 (IANS) The mercury density of compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) will be reduced by 80 percent by 2015 in comparison to 2010 in China.

Beijing, Feb 26 — The mercury density of compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) will be reduced by 80 percent by 2015 in comparison to 2010 in China.

Mercury content will be cut to less than 1 mg in more than half of new CFLs, Xinhua reported.

This follows a plan drawn up jointly by the ministries of industry and IT, science and technology, and environmental protection.

The plan is part of greater efforts to cut energy consumption and make industrial design more environmentally friendly.

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TPK aims to expand cooperation with China vendors, says chairman

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Gamania Digital obtains 51% stake in Jollywiz Digital

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7 weeks ago

Apple, Samsung still tops in smartphone market, but Xaiomi rising fast

Oct 30 2014 12:44am CDT | Source: MacNN

A new report from IDC again places Apple and Samsung at the top of the heap for smartphone manufacturers as it has for years now -- but there is nonetheless notable change in the air. Samsung saw a significant drop in shipments for its smartphones, dropping 8.5 percent from the year-ago quarter. Apple, in second place, saw a 16.1 percent increase in shipments. Though Samsung was dominant with 78.1 million units shi ...
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7 weeks ago

Mother’s iPhone lost in Coundon pub turns up – in China

Oct 28 2014 5:30pm CDT | Source: Mac Daily News

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Tim Cook to explore tie-up with China's Alibaba on Apple Pay

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Apple is eyeing a possible partnership with China’s biggest e-commerce player Alibaba Group that could help bring the company’s Apple Pay service to the country. “We’re going to talk about getting married later this week,” said Apple CEO Tim Cook at the The Wall Street Journal’s technology conference on Monday. Cook made the comment after he was asked by the moderator about a possible “marriag ...
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7 weeks ago

AMD CEO to visit Lenovo, Asustek, TSMC and Acer

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AMD CEO Lisa Su is planning to visit Lenovo in China and Asustek Computer, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) and Acer in Taiwan in the near future to tighten its relationships and explain its latest product roadmap, accordin ...
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7 weeks ago

China September mobile phone users grow to 1.273 billion, says MIIT

Oct 27 2014 11:24pm CDT | Source: Digitimes

There were 1.273 billion subscribers of mobile communication services in China as of September 2014, growing 0.44% on month and 5.47% on year, with 482.43 million (37.91%) of them being 3G users and 871.27 million (68.46%) being mobile Internet-access users, according to China's Ministry of Industry and Informatio ...
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7 weeks ago

Tim Cook’s Talk with China About Security ‘Very Open,’ Apple Pay Priority in the Country

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Photo courtesy of REUTERS/China Daily Just days after Greatfire.org reported that China’s iCloud was being hacked and accusing the local government of backing the attack, Apple CEO Tim Cook was already on his way to a meeting with Vice Premier Ma Kai. Although the iPad maker did not comment on the accusations against the Chinese government, Apple did acknowledge that it was aware of “intermittent organiz ...
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7 weeks ago

Foundry houses in Taiwan and China ramping 8-inch wafer capacity for IoT applications

Oct 27 2014 9:19am CDT | Source: Digitimes

Major wafer foundry houses in Taiwan and China are ramping up the capacity of their 8-inch fabs in order to grasp opportunities in the growing business opportunities derived from the expanding Internet of Things (IoT) applications, according to indust ...
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