* Japan min says plan needs more study, but not abandoned * Japan firms warned emissions rules could lead to job cuts * Japan to seek other ways to meet ambitious emissions goals * Delay a blow to EU hopes others would launch trade schemes (Adds minister comments, background) By Risa Maeda TOKYO, Dec 28 (Reuters) - Japan postponed plans for a national emissions trading scheme on Tuesday, bowing to powerful business groups that warned of job losses as they compete against overseas ...
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