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Dutch government: may meet 2020 carbon emission goals after all

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The Dutch government may meet its 2020 carbon dioxide emission goals after all, it said on Friday, thanks to a more rapid rollout of wind energy and 100 million euros ($110 million) in extra spending.
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