* F-gases up to 23,000 times more powerful than CO2 * Have risen 60 percent since 1990 * EC says should be banned from new equipment By Ethan Bilby and Barbara Lewis BRUSSELS, Nov 7 (Reuters) - F-gases, a potent source of global warming used in refrigeration, should be banned from new equipment as part of a progressive phase-out, draft European Commission proposals said. The draft, published on Wednesday, confirmed ...
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