(Gerry Shih, Jason Aldag/The Washington Post)
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Chinese residents voice dissent over safety lapses in chemical plants
The March 21 explosion of a chemical factory in eastern China is seen by watchdog groups and others as the latest example of safety taking a back seat to prosperity.
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