CORRECTED - US global warming emissions in biggest decade drop

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In Washington item "US global warming emissions in biggest decade drop," please read in second paragraph "Last year's decline was in sharp contrast to the 1.3 percent annual growth rate," inserting dropped word "percent." Also in second paragraph, please read as " ... twice the level of the only other drop since 1990," not the only other drop during the period. A corrected version follows. By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, Dec 20 (Reuters) - U.S. greenhouse gas emissions linked to global ...

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