China is winning its war on pollution after four years of struggle, a U.S. study said on Monday.

Concentrations of fine particulates in Chinese cities have decreased by an average rate of 32 percent since 2014, according to a research done by professors at the University of Chicago.

Data from nearly 250 Chinese official monitor agencies was analyzed with positive findings.

“The data is in-China is winning its war against pollution,” said Michael Greenstone who conducted the analysis and works as director of the Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago (EPIC).

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