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Beijing to co-host conference on climate change in November
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Almost 100 countries, international organizations and non-government organizations would attend the high-level conference on climate change next month, said the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) in Beijing on Tuesday.

The Beijing High-Level Conference on Climate Change: Technology Development and Technology Transfer would be held November 7-8 to discuss current development of environmentally sound technologies, and the demand of and obstructions in the transfer of such technologies, said Gao Guangsheng, a NDRC senior official at a press conference.

The meeting is co-hosted by China and the United Nations.

China would put forward its propositions on the establishment of a mechanism to promote international technology transfer at the conference, said Gao.

(Xinhua News Agency October 29, 2008)

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