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'Hot air`could let nations dodge CO2 cuts until 2026: study

DOHA, Nov 30 (Reuters Point Carbon) – Countries that have pledged new emission reduction goals under the Kyoto Protocol will on average not be forced to cut their CO2 output for 15 years unless unused carbon rights are cancelled or targets are deepened, according to a study published on Friday.

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