Apple to Toyota add face masks, purifiers on Beijing smog
--FILE--A little boy wearing a dust respirator walks in heavy smog in Jinan city, east Chinas Shandong province, 29 January 2013. Apple Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co., Toyota Motor Corp. and Honda Motor Co. gave employees face masks, offered health tips and added office plants as pollution in Beijing hit hazardous levels for a 19th day this month. Beijings city government recommended that its 20 million residents stay indoors for a second day as the local environmental monitoring center gave todays (30 January 2013) air quality the worst rating on its six-level scale. A U.S. Embassy pollution monitor showed air quality in the Chinese capital reached hazardous levels for a fifth consecutive day. Companies across Beijing have sought to protect the health of their current employees while facing the prospect of increasing difficulties in attracting others to a city grapp
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