Addressing China's Water Scarcity : Recommendations for Selected Water Resource Management Issues
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KeywordsWater Resources - Water and Industry Water Supply and Sanitation - Town Water Supply and Sanitation Environment - Environmental Economics & Policies Water Supply and Sanitation - Water Supply and Sanitation Governance and Institutions Water Resources - Water Conservation;
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