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Live cross climate talks: Differences remain on emission cuts

12-02-2010 08:51 BJT

Now let's take a look at the ongoing UN climate talks in Cancun, Mexico, where countries from around the world are discussing their efforts to cut down greenhouse gases. So for the latest on the talks, we are now joined by Wang Mangmang, who's standing by in sunny Cancun.

Q.1 Mangmang, hello what's the latest from the talks so far?

Q.2 China has pledged to slow the growth of its emissions, cutting carbon intensity. Do you think the current situation is putting Japan and other developed countries such as the US on the same side, with China.... and other developing countries,... on the other side?

Wang Mangmang, thank you, and enjoy the nice weather on all our behalfs. That was Wang Mangmang reporting from Cancun, Mexico, where the current climate change talks are being held.

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV.CN

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