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COPENHAGEN — A document suggesting that developing countries should do more to combat global warming continued to dominate discussions Wednesday at the U.N. climate conference, where talks were briefly suspended after a controversy erupted among developing countries over what level of greenhouse gas emissions a new treaty should aim for.

Debate also continued over the fundamentals of a post-Kyoto Protocol treaty, including which base year to use in calculating emissions reductions and when emissions should peak.

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