(Adds details, quotes, reaction from environmentalists) By David Ljunggren OTTAWA, March 23 (Reuters) - Canada has agreed a voluntary deal with major carmakers to cut emissions of greenhouse gases that are blamed for global warming, Natural Resources Minister John Efford told Parliament on Wednesday. Under the deal, the car makers will reduce emissions by 25 percent from 1995 levels by 2010. Efford said it would be signed "in the very near future". A spokesman for the car makers -- ...
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