By Jodie Ginsberg JOHANNESBURG, Aug 26 (Reuters) - It's hard to cross the main square next to the Earth Summit without bumping into a huge inflatable globe sponsored by a German luxury carmaker which leaves surrounding cafes in the shade. Business has come to Johannesburg in force and environmental groups fear the presence of firms such as carmaker BMW along with hundreds of other businesses threatens to dominate the meeting and hijack the final outcome. "The Johannesburg summit is in ...
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