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U.S. optimistic climate deal will cut HFC gases

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Senior State Department officials said on Wednesday they were "optimistic" that a deal on cutting greenhouse gases used in refrigerators, air conditioners and aerosols can be struck during meetings in Rwanda this week.
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