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Japan will refuse to accept fresh binding targets for reducing developed countries’ greenhouse gas emissions under the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, the world’s only legally binding framework for reining in heat-trapping gases, government officials said Tuesday.

Japan will continue to seek a new framework that would require not only developed countries but all major gas-emitting nations to reduce emissions, the officials said.

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