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Greener infrastructure said key to Paris climate deal: study

OSLO (Reuters) - Global spending on infrastructure will total $90 trillion in the next 15 years and is the key to greener economic growth after the Paris agreement on climate change won a formal go-ahead, a study said on Thursday.
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