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CLIMATE-COPENHAGEN/CHINA
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December 16, 2009
A chimney is seen between apartment blocks in central Beijing December 16, 2009. With just three days...
Beijing, China
A chimney is seen between apartment blocks in central Beijing
A chimney is seen between apartment blocks in central Beijing December 16, 2009. With just three days left before the deadline for a global agreement at the Copenhagen climate change negotiations, China announced that Premier Wen Jiabao would leave for Copenhagen on Wednesday afternoon, suggesting he would arrive earlier than previously planned and adding extra political impetus for a deal. So far delegates have struggled to bridge rifts between rich and poor nations, particularly over funding to help poor nations curb global warming and deal with its impact. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
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