Japan's manufacturers look to overachieve on emissions cuts

TOKYO — Major Japanese manufacturers expect a 14.4% decline in their greenhouse gas emissions for fiscal 2030 compared with fiscal 2013, a deeper cut than the government set as a goal for the sector, a Nikkei Inc. survey finds. Export-driven manufacturers …
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