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· Embassy Spokesperson's letter to The Guardian on its report on Chinese enterprises' production and use of CFC-11(2018-08-06)
· Embassy Spokesperson's letter to the Economist on its unjustified comments on Xinjiang(2018-06-29)
· Embassy Spokesperson's letter to the Financial Times on unjustified comments on airlines changing website wording in reference to Taiwan(2018-06-29)
· Embassy Spokesperson's letter to the Financial Times on unjustified comments on the establishment of diplomatic ties between China and the Dominican Republic(2018-05-10)
· Embassy Spokesperson's letter to the Daily Telegraph on the latter's unjustified comments(2018-03-27)
· Embassy Spokesperson's letter to the Guardian on unjustified comments by the head of Chinese Taipei Representative Office(2018-03-23)
· Embassy Spokesperson's Letter to the Economist on the Latter's Unjustified Comments on China's Policies Towards Africa and on Ethnic Minorities(2018-03-10)
· Embassy Spokesperson's remarks on Heathrow duty free discrimination against Chinese passengers(2018-02-14)
· Embassy Spokesperson's letter to the Financial Times on unjustified comments on the M503 air route(2018-01-31)
· Embassy Spokesperson's Letter to the Economist on the Latter's Unjustified Comments on China's Foreign Policy(2018-01-06)
· Embassy Spokesperson's letter to the Financial Times on the latter's unjustified comments on China's policy towards Cambodia(2017-09-18)
· Embassy Spokesperson's letter to the Guardian:China's eco projects keep "roof of the world" pure and beautiful(2017-09-04)
· Embassy Spokesperson's letter to the Financial Times on the latter's unjustified comments on rule of law in Hong Kong(2017-08-29)
· China's Cyber Security Law is not aimed at limiting market access for foreign companies(2017-06-13)
· Participation of Taiwan in the activities of international organizations must be dealt with in accordance with the one-China policy(2017-06-12)
· The Guardian Published a Letter by the Spokesperson of the Chinese Embassy in the UK on China's Policy on Tibet(2016-11-11)
· Chinese Embassy Refutes the Guardian's Articles on Hailong 1 Wave-power Generating Device(2016-11-04)
· Chinese Embassy Refutes the Financial Times' Editorial on the Issue of the South China Sea
· The Daily Telegraph Published a Letter by the Spokesman of the Chinese Embassy in the UK on Chinese Economy(2015-09-02)
· Chinese Embassy Refutes the Financial Times' Editorial on the Issue of the South China Sea
· Chinese Embassy Refutes the Financial Times' Editorial on China's Anti-Corruption Campaign
· Chinese Embassy Refutes the Financial Times' Editorial on Hong Kong
· Chinese Embassy Refutes The Financial Times Publishing Advertisement against One China policy(2014-10-20)
· Chinese Embassy Refutes the Financial Times' Editorial on Hong Kong(2014-09-09)
· Chinese Embassy Refutes The Times' Article on Hong Kong
· Chinese Embassy Refutes the Financial Times' Editorial on Hong Kong(2014-07-17)
· Spokesperson's Remarks on Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg's Meeting with Opposition Figures of Hong Kong and the Public Evidence Session on UK's Relations with Hong Kong by the Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Commons(2014-07-17)
· Chinese Embassy Refutes Groundless Accusations against China in the Economist(2014-03-23)
· Chinese Embassy Refutes Reports in the Financial Times on Kunming Terrorist Attack(2014-03-07)
· Chinese Embassy Refutes Commentary in the Observer on Innovation and the Intellectual Property Protection in China(2013-09-24)
· Chinese Embassy Responds to the Leading Article in the Times on Ivory and Wildlife Protection in China
· Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson's Remarks on UK parliamentary committee report related to Huawei(2013-06-13)
· Chinese Embassy Refutes Accusations Against China of the Lack of Press and Artistic Freedom(2013-05-21)
· Foreign Ministry Spokesperson's remarks on China-UK Relationship
· Chinese Embassy Refutes Accusations against China over the Case of Ai Weiwei
· Chinese Embassy Refutes the Economist Special Report "China and the Internet"
· Chinese Embassy Refutes Accusations against China of Sponsoring Cyber Attacks(2013-04-02)
· The Chinese Embassy refutes Guardian's report on July 25th(2012-08-01)
· Chinese Embassy in the UK Refutes Jeremy Clarkson's Insulting Remarks about China on The Sun(2012-01-13)
· Spokesperson of Chinese Embassy in the UK Responds to Jeremy Clarkson's Insulting Comments about China on the Sun(2012-01-08)
· Chinese Embassy Spokesperson Refutes Claims of "Monroe Doctrine" by China in Southeast Asia(2010-11-11)
· Spokesperson's Remarks on Rare Earth(2010-11-01)
· The Chinese Embassy in the UK Responds to Comments Blaming China for the Global Economic Imbalance(2010-09-17)
· Letter of the Embassy to Metro on issue of Tiger Conservation(2010-05-26)
· Statement of the Spokesman of Chinese Embassy on Tiger Conservation(2010-03-11)
· Statement of the Chinese Embassy on the Case of Akmal Shaikh(2009-12-29)
· Statement of the Spokesman of Chinese Embassy on the Case of Akmal Shaikh(2009-12-24)
Embassy Spokesperson's letter to The Guardian on its report on Chinese enterprises' production and use of CFC-11
2018/08/06

Ms. Zeng Rong, Spokesperson of the Chinese Embassy in the UK, recently wrote a letter to The Guardian about the latter’s report on Chinese enterprises’ production and use of CFC-11. The Guardian published the letter on 6 August 2018, the full text of which is as follows:

We noted your report (July 9) on Chinese enterprises’ “production and use” of CFC-11. The Chinese Government's position on ozone layer protection is consistent and clear. We attach great importance to and conscientiously implement relevant international environmental conventions. Production and use of ozone depleting substances (ODSs) that are not permissible in Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer is illegal and subject to legal action as soon as detected.

China’s policy is zero tolerance against illicit conduct involving ODSs, including CFC-11. In line with this policy, the competent government agency in China took the relevant media reports seriously, and launched a joint inspection with local authorities on 19 polyurethane foam producers and a business cluster. In 12 of the enterprises under investigation no sales or use of CFC-11 has been found. In one enterprise where CFC-11 was detected in its composite polyether materials, the local authorities have taken enforcement measures according to the law; the remaining six are under further investigation.

The local authorities also uncovered two enterprises in Liaoning and Henan province that had been producing CFC-11 and CFC-12 respectively. The seized CFCs and raw materials have been confiscated and sealed up, and the local police have filed charges against the enterprises and are hunting down the suspects in the cases.

China will continue cracking down on illegal production and use of ODSs and strengthen regulation over relevant industries. Meanwhile, China is willing to further strengthen cooperation with other countries to ensure the effective implementation of the Montreal Protocol.

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