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Nations may agree different timelines to phase out HFC greenhouse gases: U.S. official

(Reuters) - Countries may sign up to different deadlines for phasing out greenhouse gases used in refrigerators and air conditioners, a U.S. official said on Friday during a summit in Rwanda of some 150 nations meeting to strike an environmental pact.
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