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View Diary: China listened to the wrong economists (9 comments)

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  •  reverse the pollution and income axes (0+ / 0-)

    Up to a point, pollution and income both rise with increased economic activity, but past that, pollution starts to impose a cost of its own in terms of resource degradation, health problems, etc., such that greater pollution (and waste) leads to less income, perhaps even in spite of greater economic activity.

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