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Embodied energy consumption in Chinese industries

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  • Zhu Liu
  • Yong Geng
  • Soeren Linder
  • Hongyan Zhao
  • T Fujita
  • Dabo Guan

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  • Zhu Liu & Yong Geng & Soeren Linder & Hongyan Zhao & T Fujita & Dabo Guan, "undated". "Embodied energy consumption in Chinese industries," Working Paper 105351, Harvard University OpenScholar.
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