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Green Climate Fund approves $745 million for projects, lags 2016 goal

OSLO/BARCELONA (Reuters) - An international fund set up to help developing nations tackle global warming approved $745 million for projects on Friday, but a senior official said a goal of signing off on $2.5 billion by the end of 2016 may slip out of reach.
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