* Deep CO2 cuts would not hurt global economy * Obama administration fenced in on climate goals * Climate talks seek ambitious goal despite standoff By Sylvia Westall VIENNA, June 22 (Reuters) - Fears that deep cuts in greenhouse gas emissions will harm the economy are exaggerated but Washington's ability to cut is limited by political pragmatism, the U.N. climate panel chief said on Monday. Many developing nations want rich nations to cut emissions by 25 to 40 percent from 1990 ...
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