Japan disappointed by Trump’s decision to quit Paris agreement

OSAKA – Japanese government officials, business leaders, and environmental groups expressed regret Friday at U.S. President Donald Trump’s announcement that America was withdrawing from the Paris Climate Change Agreement, but vowed to find ways to work …
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