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greenhouses demolished, lawsuits:

Russia: Legal actions against Chinese greenhouses in Khakassia

Chinese greenhouses have become a controversial topic in Khakassia. Numerous violations of environmental laws have been revealed as a result of inspection conducted in the greenhouses. As a result 36 administrative cases have been opened against the Chinese owners of greenhouses. The violators were prescribed to clear the area from industrial waste, but most ignored the requirements of supervisory authorities. Now prosecutors of Ust-Abakan District are preparing a lawsuit against the owners of greenhouses.

As a result, some of the greenhouses were demolished. The greenhouse complexes near Tasheba captured most attention.



Independent news agency of Khakassia


Publication date: 9/18/2013

 


 

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