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Japan’s climate goal in balance as it mulls nuclear exit

BONN, May 23 (Reuters Point Carbon) - Japan has refused to rule out a weakening of its international pledge to cut greenhouse gas emissions 25 percent below 1990 levels by 2020 as it agonises over whether to permanently shut its nuclear power stations, its main source of low-carbon energy.

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