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Global aviation deal seen as long-term carbon market boost

MONTREAL (Reuters) - A new global pollution deal for aviation is seen providing a long-term boost for carbon markets by generating demand for environmental offset projects that now often sell at rock-bottom prices, according to industry groups and analysts.
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