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According to sources in the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology, the government is expanding its international collaborations on scientific programmes.

Cui Ning reviews its recent efforts and achievements in that field. Recently, for example, China and the European Union (EU) launched the Galilei Project, the largest scientific programme between China and the EU since 1975. China now has links with 152 countries and regions across the world.

Looking forward, China and the United States will be working together to improve the air quality in Beijing in time for the 2008 Olympic Games. The programme is supported by the US Department of Energy and will develop sustainable energy sources for the capital city.

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