BRASILIA, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Brazil reiterated its opposition on Wednesday to imposing targets on developing countries' carbon emissions, days before a major international conference on climate change. A United Nations report on Tuesday recommended that developing countries cut their carbon emissions at least 20 percent by 2050. Rich nations should cut theirs by 80 percent over the same period, it said. "We are not in favor of targets," Sergio Serra, a foreign ministry expert on climate ...
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