China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology announced July 23 that it is involving representatives of electronics manufacturers and experts on electronic waste in discussions on how to help domestic producers pay for the recycling of Waste Electronic and Electrical Equipment. Under regulations released in June, producers would be required to recycle the waste, and the Ministry of Finance is implementing polices that require electronics producers and importers to pay a tax to create a special fund to subsidize the recycling by July 1.
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