JOHANNESBURG, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien will keep the Earth Summit guessing about whether he will ratify the Kyoto climate pact rejected by the United States, his environment minister said on Friday. Canada has been caught in the middle of a diplomatic row about the future of the anti-pollution pact ever since the United States pulled out last year. Chretien is due to address the World Summit on Sustainable Development on Monday. "The prime minister will ...
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