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Russia approves record number of CO2 reduction projects

LONDON, May 23 (Reuters Point Carbon) - In the biggest round of approvals yet, Russia has given the go-ahead to U.N. emission reduction projects that could increase the country's supply of carbon credits by 70 percent, potentially taking the total number generated beyond Moscow's self-imposed 300-million limit and adding pressure to EU carbon prices.

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