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شرح تداول الاسهم The measure was part of the Energy Transition For Green Growth bill which was passed in 2015 and came into effect last month. The ban was initially proposed by the Europe Ecologie-Greens Party to help reduce the energy used in making plastic and also to cut the waste it produces. Only 1% of France’s 4.73 billion wasted plastic cups are recycled every year.
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