China’s Cabinet has ordered that all major industrial projects must pass a ‘‘social risk assessment’’ before they begin, a move aimed at curtailing the large and increasingly violent environmental protests of the past year, which forced the suspension or cancellation of chemical plants, coal-fired power plants, and a giant copper smelter.
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