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A study aimed at assisting the Chinese government and international community to identify priorities for aiding renewables development is expected to be completed in May. A report on its progress was given by economist Rangaswamy Vedavalli of the World Bank's Asia Alternative Energy Unit (ASTAE), which is paying for it. Started in mid 1995, the study is to provide analytical information and recommendations on the next steps to be taken, he said. Vedavalli was speaking at February's South Asia '96 renewables conference in Delhi.

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